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JEAN LENNER, Editor
LOU ZAREMBA, Bus. Mgr.
Pres. George A. Bowman
To OUR NEW PRESIDENT
George A. Bowman, we respect-
fully dedicate this Chestnut
Burr of 1945. After one year in
office, President Bowman has become
a symbol of the bright future in store
for this institution. In one year's
time, this tall, personable man has
made himself known to students and
faculty members, alike, as a sincere,
helpful, friendly individual. Presi-
dent Bowman is the shining reflection
of our faith in the future of Kent
State university. He typifies the con-
fidence we all hold for the coming
greatness of our alma mater. Besides
working closely with the faculty. President Bowman has given many hours to listening to the problems of
students. He has been instrumental in returning the University to its pre-war standing, as evidenced by
his interest in varsity athletics, fraternities and other student activities. July 1, 1944, President Bowman
came to us from Youngstown, where he was superintendent of schools, and carries with him a fine record of
service to Ohio education. Now 52, he was born in Gallon, Ohio, on May 11, 1893. After teaching in a
one-room schoolhouse south of Mt. Gilead, and subsequently becoming village school superintendent, he
received his bachelor's degree from Western Reserve university. He has taken graduate work at
Columbia university, the University of Chicago and Harvard university. With his charming wife. President
Bowman has many friends in educational circles throughout Ohio, and will continue to win additional
supporters for himself and the institution he represents.
The Bowmans at Home
Preparations for Fishing
The President Talks with Student
Keeps His Eye on the Ball
The formal inauguration ceremony was conducted No-
vember 18 for George Arvene Bowman, who became fifth
president of Kent State university. Former superintendent
of schools in Youngstown, President Bowman was named
successor to Dr. Karl C. Leebrick by the University board
of trustees. Dr. Howard L. Bevis, president of Ohio State
university, was the guest speaker, with "Ohio Universities"
as his topic. The oath of office was administered by John
R. Williams, board of trustees president.
The Academic Procession Begins
The President Speaks
Following a luncheon for out-of-town
and special guests, an academic procession,
led by President Bowman and Dr. John E.
McGilvrey, president emeritus, opened the
ceremony. Kenneth C. Ray, state director
of education, administrative officers, fac-
ulty members and the board of trustees
were included in the procession.
Board of Trustees President Williams
Gives Bowman the Oath of Office
Dr. Howard L. Bevis, O.S.U. President,
Was the Guest Speaker
Luncheon at Lowrv
AT KENT STATE U.
Williams, Mrs. Bowman, Bowman and Dean Hyatt
receive Mrs. E. L. Novotny
Informal Chatting at a Formal Reception
Following the inauguration,
President and Mrs. George A.
Bowman entertained special
and out-of-town visitors at a
reception at the president's
residence on E. Main street
from 3 to 5 p.m. Then in the
evening, a reception for Uni-
versity and training school
faculty members was held
with the president's home
again as the place. Among the
students who served at the
evening affair were Peggy
Curry, president of Student
Council ; Mary Ellen Hoffman,
president of Cardinal Key and
Women's League; Josephine
MacDonald, president of the
campus chapter of the Young
Women's Christian associa-
tion ; and Jane Selzer, editor
of the Kent Stater.
C. E. Satterfield, Dr. H. M. Hungerford and Mrs. Satterfield on their
way around the serving table
'High enthroned upon a hilltop, reigning over every heart.'
This is fall at Kent ... a red-rimmed straw
dangling over the side of a coke glass in the
Brady . . . frightened freshmen vigorously
scrubbing an already shiny seal of Ohio at
Prentice gate . . . ageless oak trees flashing
bright-colored leaves in the sun . . . ink-
stained fingers and lines without end on
registration day . . . groans when term
papers are assigned . . . bits of ribbon
adorning gay sweaters the morning after
pledge services . . . dirty trench coats thrown
aside the first day rain changes, to snow.
Campus buildings floating on a white cloud
after a heavy snowfall . . . wishful thinking
and rumors before the "name band" is se-
lected for the Top Hop . . . classroom absen-
teeism ivhen therm,ometers hit bottom . . .
unique posters wallpapering the halls when
a Miss Kent State is being chosen . . . college
and grade school students sharing bobsleds
on the hill going down to the library . . . and
then, one day the sun is warmer, the sky is
bluer and winter is gone.
Students eating Imich on the campus and
cutting classes jusi to be around when tiny
buds appear on branches . . . mobs of yelloiv
blossoms chistering around the steps leading
to the Administration building . . . b^'oiled
backs refusing to turn tan . . . the ethereal
sound of voices in harmony reaching out to
the stars — 071 Campus Night . . . and fin-ally,
the solemn, gowned procession taking seniors
to their diplomas.
These are the things that are the blood
of our school, that live as long as there are
students and buildiyigs here . . . these are
the things neither war nor years can destroy
. . . these are part of the heritage that each
graduating class leaves for incoming
students' . . . these are the traditions of
Kent State university.
Behind the imposing facade of the Administration
building lies the heart of the University. In this struc-
ture is located our auditorium, President George A.
Bowman's office and deans of the three colleges. Here,
too, we find the Dean of Women, the Registrar's office,
the Treasurer, dispensary and the appointments office.
And behind this vital center of activity is the famed
"atrium," where informal happenings of great importance
are arranged. Here beats the pulse of Kent State
standing like a right wing to the Administra-
tion building, ivy-covered Kent hall is a monument
to the man for w^hom the University was named.
Along with lecture rooms and departmental offices,
the building is the home of the Radio Workshop
and the school of art. And here, students in home
economics, education, psychology, foreign lan-
guages and sociology go to class. Although con-
structed in 1916, with occasional dabs of paint,
Kent hall holds its age very well.
Industrial Arts Building
Visible from almost any point in
Portage county, the heating plant
tower presents a symbol of education
to the people. Remodeled and en-
larged in 1940, the building houses
the industrial arts department. In
addition to the heating equipment,
there are rooms and shops for draw-
ing and experimentation in wood,
metal, ceramic products, electricity
Containing 77,000 bound vol-
umes and subscriptions to 715
periodicals, Rockwell library
rests in the valley of the campus
as a place of study for Uni-
versity faculty and students.
The building was erected in 1927
and Dr. Weldon M. Williams,
associate professor of English,
is now acting librarian.
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KSU's modern, million-dollar science hall is named
for Dr. John E. McGilvrey, first president of the
Normal school. The building was completed in 1940.
McGilvrey hall's four floors contain lecture rooms,
laboratories, offices and libraries. Besides physics
and chemistry departments, the government-subsi-
dized plant includes biology, geography and eco-
Lowry hall, built in 1912, was the
first of the three dormitories on cam-
pus. An addition was made to the
building in 1937. It was named for
one of the state legislators who signed
the bill marking the beginning of
Kent State normal school. Now used
as a freshmen women's residence hall,
Lowry houses 114 students in single
and double rooms and suites. It is
also the site of the University dining
halls and kitchens.
Moulton hall, named for
Edwin Moulton, former presi-
dent of the board of trustees,
is another of the campus dor-
mitories. Housing approxi-
mately 90 students, it is now
occupied solely by freshman
women. Its music and assem-
bly room is the scene of many
meetings, dances and other so-
cial functions. The University
infirmary, which is segregated
from the remainder of the
building, is in the north end
of the hall.
Newest of the womei:'s dormi-
tories is Engleman hall, built in
1937. It was named for the late
Dr. James 0. Engleman, president
of the University at the time con-
struction was started. Accommo-
dating 233 students, the dormitory
is the home of upperclassmen. A
large and modern lounge and a roof
garden with an open fireplace are
among its outstanding features.
Kitchenettes and laundry facilities
add to its attraction as a home for
Constructed in 1912, Merrill hall
was among the first buildings to con-
stitute Kent State normal school. Its
walls house classrooms for music,
mathematics and history. English and
philosophy classes also meet here. The
first floor is the home of the school of
journalism, with well-equipped offices
for the various University publica-
tions. Named for a member of the first
board of trustees, the building contains
the headquarters of Raymond E. Man-
chester, dean of men. Here, too, are
the men's and women's lounges, where
students can relax between classes.
With the purpose of giving practical experi-
ence in teaching to University students, the
Training school also offers education to many
children in Kent and surrounding communities.
Equipped like a regular school, the building con-
tains classrooms, an auditorium, a gymnasium,
laboratories and offices. Grades run from
kindergarten to the 12th grade inclusive. Here
many student teachers obtain the guidance and
experience that starts them on successful
The stern, straitlaced schoolmaster of yesterday
disappeared from sight along with his high, stiff
collar and drooping tie. In his place has come a
master who might easily fall in the "regular guy"
category. Far removed from the early idea of
what a schoolmaster should be, the men of the
faculty at the University are "regular" on the
baseball field or at a formal dance. To them, we
owe thanks for their insight of complex student
problems and for the aid they so often offer to
modern, straying minds.
M A^ T E US
The stereotyped "schoolmarm" has no place in
the description of faculty women at Kent State
university. Always willing to listen to student
problems and cooperate with them in facing a
fast-changing world, the women professors do
more than their share in participating in campus
life. In the classroom or at a tea, they stand as
e.xamples of what "schoolmarms" can be. To them
go gardenia corsages for the understanding that
makes our college days so "extra-special."
DR. ADA V. HYATT,
Dean of Women
ARDEN L. ALLYN,
Dean of the College of
DR. EARL W. CRECRAFT,
Dean of the College of
RAYMOND E. MANCHESTER,
Dean of Men
FREN MUSSELMAN, DR. JOHN L. BLAIR,
Dean of Summer School Dean of the College of Education
MISS NINA S. HUMPHREY,
Head of the School of Art
E. TURNER STUMP,
Head of the School of Speech
ALFRED A. CROWELL,
Acting Head of the School of Jouinalism
KENNETH R. OSBORNE.
Acting Head of the School of Music
UK. DAVIU OLSON DR. WILLIAM G. MEINKE
Geology and Geography Foreign Languages
DR. AMOS L. HEER
DR. D. W. PEARCE
MISS NONA I. JORDAN
MISS ELIZABETH LEWIS CHESTER SATTERFIELD DR. C. C. KOCHENDERFER DR. DONALD ANTHONY
Secretarial Science English Commerce Business Administration
DR. H. W. HUDSON
DR. A. SELLEW ROBERTS DR. HARRY A. CUNNINGHAM
DR. W. S. THOMPSON
DR. H. D. BYRNE
E. W. TISCHENDORF
DR. MAURICE BAUM
MISS G. HAZEL SWAN
DR. JAMES T. LAING
DR. A. W. STEWART
DR. WELDON M. WILLIAMS
O. B. LAW, Business Manager
and Assistant Treasurer
DR. L. H. MUNZENMAYER
DR. A. O. DEWEESE
Health and Physical Education
EMMET C. STOPHER
ROBERT C. DIX
OTTO J. KORB
JOSEPH B. HANAN,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN R. WILLIAMS, President
The end of a perfect day . . . you walked into
your 8 o'clock 15 minutes late and discovered the
prof had just given a 10-minute quiz . . . you got
an invitation from the dean for an intellectual
discussion on cuts . . . there was an assembly
during one of your free hours . . . you talked in
your sleep in sociology class . . . the cafeteria had
eggs a la Goldenrod for lunch ... in psychology
class, you had a test on Chapter 18, and you
didn't know there were that many in the book . . .
one of your professors assigned a 30 -page term
paper on "The Five Little Lemnae Trisculae and
How They Grew" . . . the English professor creaked
into class 9 minutes after the hour . . . but now
it's 4 o'clock . . . and finally, you can go home . . .
and at night, while your weary skull makes a dent
in the pillow, you can forget the day's nightmares
and dream of pleasant things like three-headed
rattlesnakes and two-fisted tigers.
SENIORS— THEIR LAST YEAR AT KENT
THE CLASS OF '45
WE CONGRATULATE YOU!
Taking their places in the world as members of the first Kent State university wartime graduating
class, June graduates of 1945 can look back at four war-filled years while they completed their college
They can remember how as freshmen they stood together in huddled groups and talked about the
tragedy of December 7, 1941. They can remember how the campus changed during their sophomore year
and how the war news darkened the days of their junior year.
With most of the men in the class of '45 on the battlefields of the world, the women took the key
positions on campus. Peg Curry, stepping into class activities early, served as president of student
council for two terms. For the first time in the history of the Kent Stater, women continued to occupy
the editor's chair. Frances B. Murphey, Ruth Jane Recht and Jane Selzer were editors of the Stater.
Jean Lenner headed the Chestnut Burr.
Jim Patterson was elected Most Popular Man by
University students during his senior year while John
Williamson served as business manager of the Stater
and Blue Key and Men's Union president. Warren
"Bud" Gerber returned to the University after over-
seas duty to be elected president of the senior class.
Mary Ellen Hoffman during her senior year headed
Women's League and Cardinal Key, while Ethel Day
and Elsie Stalzer held key positions in Student Council.
WARREN GERBER DOROTHY HUMPHREY
President Vice ['resident
MARY JANE LYNCH VIOLET GARDNER
Cuyahoga Falls —
Educ, Liberal Arts
Glee Club; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.;
Cleveland — Education
W.A.A., Soc. Chr.; Women's Lea-
gue; H.P.E. Club, Sec.-Treas.;
Kappa Delta Pi.
Garretsville — Education
Kappa Delta Pi; Zeta Iota; Home
Ec. Club; Wesley Foundation.
Darrowville — Liberal Arts
GLADYS BRILLH ART
Cuyahoga Falls — Education
Randolph, N. Y. — Liberal Arts
Gamma Sigma Phi; Phi Sigma Xi;
W.A.A.; Exec. Bd.
Toronto, 0. — Liberal Arts
Moulton Councilor; Theta Sigma
Upsilon; Home Ec. Club.
CORA JEAN BOYLE
Alliance — Education
Phi Sigma Xi, Sec; Y.W.C.A.
RUTH ALTMANN DEAL
Kent — Education
Akron — Education
Cleveland — Liberal Arts
Canfield — Liberal Arts
Y.M.C.A., Pres.; Pi Kappa Delta;
A Cappella Choir; Varsity Debate;
Allocations Comm.; Varsity Bas-
ketball; Blue Key; U.T.
Cuyahoga Falls — Education
International Relations Club; A
Cappella Choir; Kappa Delta Pi;
Lowry Hall Councilor.
Kent — Liberal Arts
A Cappella Choir;
Akron — Bus. Administration
Student Council, Pres.; Y.W.C.A.,
V.P.; International Relations Club,
Pres.; OWA, Chr.; Zeta Iota; U.T.;
Cardinal Key; Varsity Debate;
Lowry Hall Councilor.
Cincinnati — Education
Alpha Omega, V.P.; A.W.V.S.;
Senior Class, Soc. Chr.; Chestnut
Burr Queen, '42; Psi Chi; Women's
Newcomerstown — Education
Buffalo — Education
A.W.V.S., Co-Chr.; Who's Who;
Kappa Delta Pi; Junior Class Sec;
Alpha Omega, Corr. Sec; K-P Club,
Pres.; Cardinal Key, Treas.
DORIS MAE DIEFENBACH
Brecksville — Liberal Arts
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sec; A.W.
V.S.; Duchess; Art Club; Enter-
tainment Comm.; Women's Glee
Club; Pan-Hellenic Council.
MARTHA ANNA BROWN
Euclid — Education
Phi Alpha Theta; Kappa Delta Pi.
Medina — Education
Iota Omicron Nu; W.A.A., Exec. Bd.; H.P.E. Club.
Akron — Education
Cleveland Heights — Education
Akron — Liberal Arts
Perry — Education
Y.W.C.A.; Phrateres; A.W.V.S.; Wesley; Women's Glee
Club; Engleman Councilor; Intemat'l Relations Club.
LORIN ELTON CORRELL
Canton — Education
Akron — Business Administration
Engleman Hall, Pres.; Theta Sigma Upsilon.
Canton — Education
Alpha Omega, Pres.; Women's League, V.P.; Freshman
Princess, '42; Pan-Hellenic Council; May Queen Attend-
ant, '44; Student Council; Sor.-Frat. Relations Comm.
Canton — Education
Fredericksburg — Education
Arlington, Va. — Education
Gamma Sigma Phi; Omega Mu Alpha, Pres.; Radio Work-
shop, Director; Chestnut Burr, Ass. Ed.; E-E Club, Treas.;
Student Court; Senior Banquet Comm. ; A.W.V.S.; Enter-
Cleveland — Education
Gamma Sigma Phi, Treas.; W.A.A.; Chestnut Burr Staff;
Home Economics Club.
Youngstown — Education
Cleveland — Education
W.A.A., Exec. Bd.
Cleveland — Education
Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Sigma Xi; Women's Glee Club.
Cleveland — Education
Phrateres, Pres.; E-E Club; Y.W.C.A.; Lynn Club; A Ca>
pella Choir; Radio Workshop; A.W.V.S.
Cleveland — Education
Theta Sigma Upsilon, Corr. Sec; Kappa Delta Pi.
Newell, Calif. — Liberal Arts
Middlebranch — Liberal Arts
Beta Gamma; Women's Glee Club; Home Economics Club;
MARY ELLEN HOFFMAN
Wellington — Education
Cardinal Key, I'res.; Women's League, Pres.; Kappa Delta
Pi; French Club, Pres.; Social Comm.; A.W.V.S., Sec:
Band; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Who's Who; OWA.
Cleveland — Education
Alpha Omega; Women's League; Pan-Hellenic Council;
W.A.A., Exec. Bd.; H.P.E. Club; N.T.F.C.
Hutchinson, Kan. — Education
Hudson — Education
Glen Rock, N. J. — Education
Beta Gamma; Newman Club; A.W.V.S.; E-E Club.
JEAN ELIZABETH LEISTER
Massillon — Education
Home Economics Club; Wesley.
Akron — Education
Art Club, Pres.; Chestnut Burr, Editor-in-Chief; Lambda
Phi; Who's Who; Kappa Delta Pi; Pan-Hellenic Council;
Gamma Sigma Phi, V.P.
MARY HADSELL MYSER
Cuyahoga Falls — Business Administration
Cuyahoga Falls — Educ, Liberal Arts
May Queen, '44; Pi Kappa Sigma, V.P.; Cardinal Key;
Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Alpha Theta; Pan-Hellenic Council;
French Club, Sec.-Treas.; Women's Glee Club.
Ravenna — Liberal Arts
Sigma Sigma Sigma; Kent Stater, Sports Ed.; Engleman
Councilor; Christian Foundation, Pres.; A.W.V.S.; W.A.A.,
Warren — Education
JANE GALLOWAY LAFAYE
Akron — Education
Alpha Omega; K-P Club, V.P.; Kappa Delta Pi; Cardinal
Cleveland — Education
Cleveland — Education
Phi Sigma Xi, V.P.; Phi Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.
Mantua — Education
Akron — Education
Summitville — Education
Youngstown — Liberal Arts
Phi Sigma Xi, Pres.; Internat'l Relations Club, Pres.;
Y.W.C.A.; Phrateres; Engleman Councilor; Wesley.
FRANCES B. MURPHEY
Hudson — Liberal Arts
Kent Stater, Editor-in-Chief; Jargon, Editor; Lambda
Phi, Pres.; Cardinal Key; OWA; Publications Comm.;
Allocations Comm.; Wesley.
Akron — Business Administration
Stow — Business Administration
RUTH JANE RECHT
Barberton — Liberal Arts
Kent Stater, Editor-in-Chief;
Chestnut Burr, Assoc. Ed.; Duchess,
Ass't Ed.; Cardinal Key; Lambda
Phi, V.P.; Publications Comm.; Al-
locations Comm.; Gamma Sigma
EVA JANE McCREARY
Leesville — Liberal Arts
Theta Sigma Upsilon, V.P.; Pan-
Hellenic Council; Home Economics
Alliance — Education
Kent — Liberal Arts
Lodi — Business Adm.
Kent — Liberal Arts
Home Economics Club; Psi Lambda
Cuyahoga Falls — Liberal Arts
Girard — Education
Men's Union, Pres.; Blue Key, V.
P.; Student Council; Who's Who;
Kappa Mu Kappa; Varsity Wrest-
Cuyahoga Falls — Education
Kappa Delta Pi; A.W.V.S.; Wesley.
BETTY JEAN RHOADS
Akron — Business Adm.
Richwood — Education
Theta Sigma Upsilon.
MARY ANNE OSBORNE
Kent — Education
Uhrichsville — Education
DORIS JEANNE PEPPER
East Liverpool — Education
Cleveland — Education
W.A.A., Exec. Bd.; H.P.E. Club,
Wellington — Business Adm.
Zeta Iota; Pi Gamma Mu; Y.W.
MARY AVONELLE PURDY
Akron — Liberal Arts
Home Economics Club; A.W.V.S.;
Psi Lambda Omicron.
Avon Lake — Education
Custar — Liberal Arts
Medina — Liberal Arts
Beta Gamma, Sec; Psi Lambda
Omicron, Pres.; Home Economics
Akron — Education
Theta Sigma Upsilon.
LORNA LA WAND
Perry — Liberal Arts
Gamma Sigma Phi, Rec. Sec; A.W.V.S., Co-chr.; Psi Chi.
Cleveland — Liberal Arts
Kent Stater, Editor-in-Chief; Sigma Sigma Sigma; Who's
Who; Lambda Phi; Allocations Comm.
Akron — Education
DOROTHY MAY SWOBODA
Alliance — Education
Phi Sigma Xi; Phi Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.; A.W.V.S.;
Senior Announcements Comm.
Columbus — Liberal Arts
University Theater; Radio Workshop, Director; N.T.F.C,
Director; Cardinal Key.
Cuyahoga Falls — Liberal Arts
Cleveland — Liberal Arts
Home Economics Club; A.W.V.S.; Phrateres; Wesley; Psi
Lambda Omicron; Internat'l Relations Club.
Greentown — Liberal Arts
THELMA HAUGHT SAMPLES
Akron — Education
Theta Sigma Upsilon; Kappa Delta Pi.
Lakemore — Education
E.E. Club; W.A.A.; Women's League.
Bellaire — Education
Akron — Liberal Arts
Lambda Phi; Women's League; A.W.V.S.; Kent Stater,
Soc. Ed.; N.T.F.C; Duchess; Chestnut Burr; Y.W.C.A.;
Newman Club; Freshman Councilor.
BETTY JANE SHUTRUMP
Youngstown — Liberal Arts
Akron — Education
Beta Gamma; Newman Club; Y.W.C.A.; Women's League.
Huntsburg — Education
Beta Gamma, Treas.; Cardinal Key; Phi Alpha Theta;
W.A.A., Pres.; Student Council, Treas.; H.P.E. Club, V.P.;
Kappa Delta Pi.
ELINOR ARLENE TEELE
Akron — Education
A Cappella Choir; Orchestra.
Beloit — Education
Theta Sigma Upsilon; W.A.A.
LAWRENCE A. STEIN
Cleveland — Education
K-Vets Club; Kent Stater.
Cuyahoga Falls — Education
Pi Kappa Sigma, Pres.; W.A.A. ; Women's League; Pan-
Hellenic Council; Cardinal Key, Sec; Inter Sor.-Frat.
Council; Social Comm.
Ravenna — Education
Gamma Sigma Phi, V.P.; Home Economics Club; Chestnut
Cleveland — Education
Blue Key; Who's Who; Newman Club; Allocations Comm.;
Kent Stater; K-Vets, V.P.; Sigma Tau Gamma, Treas.;
Men's Union Board; Chestnut Burr, Bus. Mgr.
Cleveland — Business Adm.
Blue Key, Pres.; Men's Union, Pres.; Kent Stater, Bus.
Mgr.; Allocations Comm, Sec; Who's Who; Interfrat.
Council, Chr. ; Duchess, Bus. Mgr.; Coalition Party, Chr.;
Kappa Mu Kappa, Sec; Delta Sigma Pi.
Akron — Liberal Arts
Home Ec Club; Intemat'l Relations Club.
EMILY VINCENT WILLEY
Stow — Business Adm.
Beta Gamma; Women's League.
Cleveland — Education
Home Economics Club; Y.W.C.A.; A.W.V.S.
BETTY ANNE VAN BOLT
Cleveland — Education
Phi Alpha Theta, Pres.; Kappa Delta Pi, Sec.-Treas.;
Cardinal Key; Phrateres; Home Ec. Club; University The-
ater; Christian Foundation; Women's League; Freshman
Cuyahoga Falls — Liberal Arts
LaGrange — Liberal Arts
Psi Lambda Omicron; Home Ec. Club, Sec; Intemat'l
Relations Club; Phrateres; Freshman Councilor; Wesley
BETTY JANE WEARSTLER
Louisville, O. — Education
H. RUTH SMITH
Kent — Business Adm.
Theta Sigma Upsilon, Sec; Zeta Iota, Pres.; Kent Stater,
Bus. Mgr.; Y.W.C.A.; Christian Foundation.
Warren — Education
Phi Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.
Cleveland Heights — Education
Kent Stater, Bus. Mgr.; Lambda Phi; Beta Gamma;
Duchess, Bus. Mgr.; Student-Faculty Relations Committee,
Chr.; Newman Club; Kindergarten-Primary Club; Alloca-
tions Comm. ; Women's League.
MARY JANE WERTENBERGER
Ravenna — Education
Cardinal Key; Kappa Delta Pi, Pres.; Phrateres, V.P.
A.W.V.S.; Women's League; Wesley Foundation.
Euclid — Education
Phrateres; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Pi, V.P.; Kinder-
garten-Primary Club, Pres.; O.W.A.; Central Comm. of
Clubs and Honoraries.
Lakewood — Business Adm.
Zeta Iota; W.A.A.; Women's League; Y.W.C.A.
Cleveland — Education
A.W.V.S.; Phrateres; W.A.A.; H.P.E., Pres.
M. MAXINE SMYTH
Steubenville — Liberal Arts
Cleveland — Education, Liberal Arts
Theta Sigma Upsilon; Home Ec. Club; Phrateres; Y.W
JUNIORS SNAPPED BETWEEN CLASSES
THE CLASS OF '46
This year, the last year of fight-
ing in Europe, the junior class at
Kent State university, showed the
depletion caused by the war per-
haps more than any other class.
Participation in all possible
events, in spite of the decreased en-
rollment and the resultant lack of
funds, characterized the extra-cur-
ricular activities of most juniors.
Don Wargowsky was president of
the class; Elaine Chamberlin, vice
president ; Ingrid Tornberg, secre-
tary; and Edith Korte, treasurer.
Some of the juniors active in
Student Council were Wargowsky,
who was president part of the year,
Betty Brown, Norma Hakundy,
Don Moore, Miss Tornberg, Betty
Offhaus, Miss Chamberlain and
Betty Lee Winfield. Miss Cham-
berlain was also victor in the "Miss
Kent State" election.
Miss Winfield took the feminine
lead in "No Time for Classes," with
other juniors appearing either in
the supporting cast or the stage
crew. Helen Piatt, Norma Knisely
and Eileen Warren devoted their
eff'orts to the Kent Stater, while
Julie Juch snapped most of the pic-
tures for the Chestnut Burr.
Arlene Higgle spent much of her
time on University Theater pro-
jects, and Josephine MacDonald
acted as president of the Y.W.C.A.
Dorothy Jones and Miss Korte car-
ried the ball as officers in WAA,
and Janet Irons and Miss Ofi'haus
engineered the Big Sister-Little
Florence Hosa Betty Broemsen Kathleen Bronson Betty Cole Lillie Beck
Betty Brown Charlotte Carson Fredericka Bruner Warren Bendel Mamie Cavoulas
Katherine Durbrow Ranky Edwards Marian Diltz Marjorie Carder Elaine Chamberlin
Arlene Ealy Lois Espenschied Marian Darst Harry Daniels Ruth Cowan
Edra J. Feicht George Farres
Georgia Fomshell Betty J. Fouse
Harold Fugman Barbara Green
Dorothy Green Norma Hakundy
Betty Feller Beatrice German
Dorothy Gilcrest John Hawk
Catherine Galay Ada L. Herbert
Elinore Hildebrand Frances Hindley
Zoe Hannum Martha Hohenshil Mirjam Saukkonen Juanita Huth John Hobensack
Amy Lee Janet Irons Esme Jones Marjorie Ingham Miriam Infield
Lois Jewell Dorothy Jones Julie Juch Norma Knisely Marian Jessel
Madge Kime Edith Korte Margaret Kepner Neva Komives Joan Halpin
Violet Lorson Arlene Riggle Mary MuIIins Louise Stutz
Donald Moore Josephine MacDonald Mildred Maclearie Grace McClary
BettyJ.MatzenbachEthel Oviatt Rita Madar Anna B. Musser
Louise Rongone Helen Piatt Betty Offhaus Oliver Ucasek
Ruth Schmidt Marie Slight Rose Ross Lorayne Shumay
Patricia Scott Sally Smith Isobel Shively Lucerne Richards
Earl Stewart Barbara Stone Betty L. Stalnaker Harriet Shobert
Eileen Tesmer Gladys Ulch Helen Steiner Ida Swedenburg
In grid Tornberg Freda Untch
Albert Welch Gwendolyn Nagel Peggy Voight Gloria Vigh
Joyce Wilson Evelyn Walters Marilyn Waltz Edna Walters
Betty L. Winfield Cherie Willis Shirley Wolf Deloris Williamson
CLASS OF 1946
SECOND -YEAR STUDENTS AND RELAXATION
THE CLASS OF '47
Class officers, heading the hst of sophomore
celebrities, were: George Inscho, president; Barbara
Berkey, vice-president; Dixie Grundy, secretary;
and Sue Alstott, treasurer.
Inscho was an active member in Student Council,
along with Miss Berkey, Miss Alstott, Barbara
McDowell, and Betty Oflfhaus. Soft-spoken George
Yamashiro, popular classmate during our freshman
days, joined the army early in the year, and Eleanor
Shofar enlisted in the WAC.
Edwin Suvanto and Dave Ryan helped KSU cop
the coveted Manchester college forensics tournament.
They appeared in several University Theater pro-
ductions, and were frequently heard, with George
Papp, on Radio Workshop broadcasts. Papp won
the Men's Union vice-presidency, and John Jack was
Ted Phillips and Jack Adams starred on the var-
sity basketball squad, supported by cheerleaders
Violet Baker, Ruth Paden, and Louise Smart.
Kent Stater edition editors were Kaye Tolt and
Carol Linder. Phillips continued as sports editor,
assisted by "Wail" writer. Hank Johnston. Many
big stories were covered by Beryl Knox and John
Thomas. NTFC revealed the versatility of Johnston,
Mike Friedland, Suvanto and Thomas.
Three sophomore officers — Sue Alstott, treasurer;
George Inscho, president; and Barbara Berkey, vice
president — on their way to class.
Ruby Roshon, Leo Wilcox, Anne Borsenberger, John R. Jack, Livie Marini, Grace Padrutt, John Thomas and Carol Linder.
MM ^'. J.f
Betty Pratt, Rosemary Rongone, Ethel Schirmer,
Kaye Tolt, Dottie Wakeman and Dave Ryan.
Samuel Danze, Trudy Restemeier, Doris Wilkes, Ginny Goodwin,
Donna Voelm, Janis Jayred and Frank Cartwright.
Lois Jewell, Betty Offhaus, Regina Hafer, Isabelle McCue,
Shirley Leucnberger and Jeanne McCue.
Martha Dippel, Arlene Sterling, Edwin Suvanto,
Dorothy Watson, Miriam Gilcrest and Jim Kinney.
Lu Heck, Thomas Fogleson, Beryl Knox, Gene Yanda, Bob
jMoore and Norma Jenkins.
Ruth Bixler, John Etz, Ted Phillips, Carol Brandt
and Russel Conser.
Betty Faulds, Betsy Clark, Nancy Beier, Wanda Gisinger Edith Galloway, Luella Vandervort, Clarence Tonka, Ted
and Dorothy Keyser. Baskin and Claude Miller.
Dorothy Clevenger, Marian Cole, Alice Cox, Lucille Crawford, Ruth Currier and June Steigerwald.
George Inscho, Irma Hensel, Doris Conklin, Doris Harenski, Agnes
Sawyer, Betty Mauer and Art Henry.
Marie Barzan, Don Crotty, Berdine Tripp, Anna
Edwards and Dick Dussel.
Viola Cian, Joan Shremp, Betty Faulds, Margaret Robinson Margaret Warth, Samuel Danze, Angeline Zima, Margaret
and Doris Wilkes. Winings, Jean Sigrist and Mathilda Zimmerman.
Martha Dippel, Violet Baker, Nancy Borsenberger, Arline Crown, Dick Cone and Peggy Bush.
AND A SPECIAL
July 10, 1944, the Uni-
versity was presented
with a certificate of serv-
ice attesting to Kent
State's contribution to
the army air force. The
certificate was given for
Kent's excellent record in
housing and instructing
a college training detach-
ment here for a year.
The presentation was
made by Brig. Gen.
Charles T. Meyer of the
Brig. Gen. Meyer presents the certificate to Pres. George A. Bowman,
while Dr. Raymond M. Clark looks on.
Army and University officials present for the awarding of the certificate.
Since last s u m m e r,
every quarter approxi-
mately 40 cadet nurses
from hospitals in Massil-
lon and Canton come to
the University to study.
Housed in off-campus
homes and the dormi-
tories, the cadets go to
special classes where
they receive instruction
in subjects related to
their field. Although only
here for a quarter, the
special students often
participate in campus ac-
tivities, such as working
for the Kent Stater and
going to dances.
Time out for study.
Cadet Nurses Eleanor Gleason, Marietta Chevrco, Grace Orth, Ruth Siddall
and Faye Hosterman.
ORIENTATION FOR FRESHMEN
THE CLASS OF '48
First row: Velois Loudon, Dottie Newcomb, Shirley Vosper, Beverly Myers, Jackie Richardson, Kathleen
Vaughn, Margaret Scullion, Audrey Roche, Helen Cardinal, Ruth Purdy, Grace Vining and Lois Stutz.
Second row: Beth Slater, Gay Provo and Betty Kimberlin.
First row: Margaret Jean Rouse, Jane Puskar, Janet Morrow, Yvonne Ijewandowski, Nelle Vallanding-
ham, Carol Schaefer, Lois Schmotzer and Esther Pittman. Second row: Vivian Mead, Rose Ray, Ruth
Smith, Lydia Mihok, Terry Pugliese, Evelyn Nuckols, Jeane Kuntzleman, Rae Ellen Lohrke and Doris
Jean Schmitt. Standing: Dorothy Shay, Nellie Poling, Phyllis Spillman, Alice Ramsey, Jim Clark,
Donald Shook and Bill Sudeck.
First row: Mary Sigle, Joyce Snell, and Helen Kolk. Second row: Jeanne Morris, Rella Muntean,
Phoebe Steiner, Dorothy Rose, Lillian Patten, Eileen Mize, Beverly Kup, Julia Jones, Lois Poole, Fayne
Ritzman and Harriette Russell. Third row: Bessie Pardee, Marguerite Cooper, Martha Sue Williams
and Doris Jean Sizle.
First row: Betty Kay Johnson, Louise Kallstrom, Phyllis Hum, Joanne Kemp, Wanda Lashley, Mary
Michel, Martha Keyser and Bo Frank. Second row: Jim Hartline, Wilma Feucht, Marjorie Stokan, Edna
Buss, Carl Austin, Dorothy Trimbur and Walter Keller.
Frank Bajgrowicz, Donna Stouder, Terry Atkinson, Jean Blair, Betty Hoy, Civia Berman, Margaret
Baker, Jean Cirbes, Janice Babington, Fred Baker, Virginia Bailey, Marietta Bedohn, Carolyn Adametz,
Wayne Berry, Kay Bardelline and Lois Allyn.
Back row: Laurice Taylor, Paula Peterson, Irene Tryon, Alice Stephens, Donna May Burkhardt, Mabel
Davey, Virginia Straight, June Stahlman and Lois Welch. Front row: Christine Swicker, Jean Olson,
Marylou Scribner, Eileen Smith and Marilyn Morse.
Front row: Florence Carlson, Jeanne Carey and Edwina Carman. Back row: Ruth Ann Cleaver, Martha
Brandt, Lee Broughton, Dona Mae Burkhardt, Jeanne Black, Jane Caldwell and Janice Bussard.
First row: Grace Lawrence, Alice Danyluke, Jo Douglas, Marilyn Cox, Lucy Bush, Shirley Williams,
Marilyn Wilms, Dorothy Zella, Wanda Hawkins, Betty Deichman, Ethel Manfrass, Marge Kinney, Jackie
Schaeffer and Betty Jean Gossett. Second row: Kay Atsaroff, Katharine Dunn, Jean Pompei, Betty
Harris, Donna Ruoff and Mildred Hightree. Third row: Isla Schnauffer, Betty Garrison, Lois Bittinger
and Joan Fenton. Fourth row: Violet Miller, Jerry Heinz, Mary Sisler, Dorothy Gerber and Hazel
Front row: Jane Sewall, Marian Lower, Ethel Johnson, Bernielou Long, Dorothy Irene Hopick, Anne
Louise Scott, Irene Szymanski, Lucy Ann Pasku and Jeanne Leatherman, Second row: Jean Kistler,
Joan Liithy, Lillian Wahlgren, Pat Hornback, Miriam Luon, Dorothy DeWitte, Cam Jansen, Gloria Jean
Kessler and Dorothy Hopkins,
First row: Ralph Wilde, Marion Lemponen, Betty Duffner, Eleanore Kneblewicz and June Gill. Second
row: Janet Lowry, Blanche Rumonoski, Margaret Miller, Ruth Klein, Frances Ellen, Geraldine Petzel,
Helen Kolk, Lydia Mihok and Dorothy Wildman.
First row: Geraldine Rapp, Irene Kelbaugh, Margaret Winney, Anne Hanna, Nita Gold, Mary Louise
McClaren, Peggy Titus, Betty Hess and Jean Farrell. Second row: Marian Fee, Betty Wineland, Phyllis
Snyder, Roberta Grube, Ruth Horner, Jane Filler, Ruth Hoehn and Marilyn Fredricks. Third row: Mari-
lyn Yaxley, Violet Hartley, Marilyn Harsha, Genevieve Yoder, Jean Grill, Isabel Lee, Bonivere Gillis,
Joyce Yarger and Norma Davis.
The sky was blue on the day of the traditional sorority Round Robin
tea this year . . . The fresh briskness of the air and the warmth of the
sun on the sidewalks gave no hint of the intrigue and subterfuge that was
afoot . . . There were the usual last minute skirmishes of Greeks fighting
over toothpaste to brush their teeth and sophisticated freshmen pressing
gaily-colored ribbons to tie in bows in their hair ... As the slender arms
of a watch told the world that 2 p.m. had come again, the end tables at
sorority houses glistened with furniture polish, orange sherbet sailed
across a pond of gingerale and particles of dust made a direct hit on
frosted cookies . . . Shiny doorknobs danced in anticipation of the touch
of wet, hot palms . . . And then they came . . . alone and in droves . . .The
rush was on.
The meeting will now come to order. Last week's minutes . . . Forensic
members discussed the new inter-collegiate debate topic, a report was
given by a Phi Sigma Xi member on new discoveries in the field of biology,
an intricate recipe was demonstrated by the Home Economics club and
Art Club decorations for the Top Hop were determined. Old business . . .
Cardinal Key voting on new members, the turning in of proceeds from
the last University Theater play . . . and possible revisions in rules for
the Manchester Cup race. New business . . . When to present the WAA
participation trophy, initiation plans for Kappa Delta Pi, the appointment
of committees for Campus night, the sale of war stamps by OWA members
and the allocation of additional student funds. The meeting is adjourned.
The Gamma Sigs moved two doors down the hill this year, and
observed open house in honor of the trip . . . One of the features
of the new home is a gaily-decorated recreation room complete with
a "coke" bar, murals and a ping pong table . . . Sticking to their
traditional theme, the GSP's went Russian for their formal rush
party . . . The Deck at the Hotel Kent was the scene of a pledge
dance during the winter quarter . . . Twice the sorority traveled
to Kaase's in Akron for dinners in honor of new actives . . . Along
with working in Dean Manchester's office and carrying the penny
boxes, the girls also sent cookies to former students in the armed
forces . . . Betty Offhaus, Student Council member, took care of
the University Lost and Found department and also was co-chair-
man of the Big Sister-Little Sister tea . . . Jean Lenner served as
editor-in-chief of the Chestnut Burr, with Julie Juch as chief pho-
tographer and Ruth Jane Recht as associate editor . . . All three
were members of Lambda Phi, women's journalism honorary . . .
Miss Lenner was also president of the Art club, a member of Kappa
Delta Pi and was listed in Who's Who ... A member of Cardinal
Key, Miss Recht also was on the publications policy committee . . .
Ranky Edwards was Student Court prexy and co-chairman of the
senior women's banquet . . . The Home Ec club had Gladys Wilhs
as social chairman and Dorothy Baynes as executive board member
. . . Dorothy Jones balanced the books for WAA and Pat Beacom
served on the executive board . . . Both were also members of Phi
Sigma Xi . . . Senior vice president was Dorothy Jones, who also
was secretary of Women's League . . . Kay Bardelline chairmaned
the annual Popularity Ball, and Lorna La Wand served as co-chair-
man of AWVS . . . Dorothy Humphrey was president of the sorority
this year; Gladys Willis, first vice president; Jean Lenner, second
vice president; Lorna LaWand, recording secretary; Betty
Coolidge, corresponding secretary; and Thelma Gick, treasurer.
MRS. HARRY PARROCK
Early to Bed
Only Root Beer
Gamma Sigma Phi
M. L. Johnson
J. Si grist
R. J. Recht
B. S. Meyer
Just About Here
Top Bunk Chatter
One Method of Drowning
MRS. CHELLA MOORE
It was a "circus" of fun when Alpha Omega sorority
had its formal rush party this year . . . Instead of the All-
Greek formal which was postponed again this year, a din-
ner in honor of the pledges was held at the Mayflower
hotel . . . The sorority won a plague for selling the most
NTFC tickets . . . Dr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller were added
as patrons of the group . . . Serving on Student Council
were Sue Alstott, Barbara Berkey, Ingrid Tornberg and
Betty Brown . . . Miss Alstott was sophomore treasurer;
Miss Berkey, sophomore vice president; and Donna Mae
Burkhardt, frosh prexy . . . Kaye Tolt occupied a berth on
the Kent Stater staflf as Friday edition editor . . . Active in
Radio Workshop were Jean Olson, Joan Shremp, Joyce
Boyer and Elsa Tompkins . . . Jeanne Cook toured the
countryside as a member of the University debate squad
... In the field of athletics. Marge Keith and Ethel Oviatt
were members of the WAA board, with Ruth Schmidt
serving as vice president of the organization . . . Betsey
Case was co-chairman of AWVS with Miss Tolt acting on
the executive board . . . Irene Stichler added a few "pin-up
girl" titles to her list ... On the rosters of KSU honoraries
were Betty Brown, Jane Galloway LaFaye and Miss Case,
Cardinal Key; Miss Tornberg, Phi Sigma Xi; Miss Tolt,
Lambda Phi ; and Miss Case, Miss Schmidt and Mrs. LaFaye,
Kappa Delta Pi . . . Ingrid Tornberg assumed the role of
president of the AO's in December when Martha Forsberg
was graduated . . . Other oflficers were Ruth Erricson, vice
president; Betsey Case, corresponding secretary; Margaret
McLaughlin, recording secretary; and Betty Brown, treas-
Pi Kappa Sigma
Fiftieth anniversary of the national educational sorority was cele-
brated by Psi chapter this year at a banquet held at Silver Lake tavern
. . . The Akron Alumnae chapter, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Munzenmayer, Mr.
and Mrs. G. J. Altmann and Dr. Frances Harshbarger were guests at the
affair . . . With a skit portraying a toymaker's dream, the Pi Kaps cap-
tured first place in the sorority division at Pork Barrel . . . Jack-o-lanterns,
black cats and ghosts set the scene for the group's formal rush party at
the Knights of Columbus hall . . . And the members were entertained at
a tea given in honor of the actives by Dr. Harshbarger, advisor . . .
Serving on Cardinal Key were Elsie Stalzer and Joanne Limber . . . Miss
Stalzer was also a member of Student Council and a representative to
Women's League . . . Wilda Moore acted as pianist for NTFC . . . More
Pi Kaps with music on their minds were June Stahlman, Agnes Sawyer,
Mary Louise McClaren and Betty Jeanne Rhoads, who were members of
the University band . . . Active in honoraries were Miss Limber, Kappa
Delta Pi and Phi Alpha Theta; and Miss Rhoads, Zeta Iota . . . Ted Kane
was a representative to OWA, Donna Voelm served as a volunteer in
AWVS, Beryl Knox was a Kent Stater reporter and Miss McClaren ap-
peared on the Radio Workshop . . . Elsie Stalzer was president of the
sorority this year; Joanne Limber, vice president; Betty Jean Rhoads,
treasurer ; and Beryl Knox, secretary.
B. J. Rhoads
MRS. CHARLES NAY
M. E. Hoffman
B. L. Winfield
M. J. Lynch
MRS. B. D. BRINK
"Powder your nose and hit the deck" sounds like a command
to a unit of sea-going WAVES, but instead, it was the slogan
of the Tri-Sig formal rush party ... In November, Mabel Lee,
national president, visited the house for a weekend . . . Sunday
afternoon "coffees" became a tradition and Tuesday was the
day for working in Dean Manchester's office . . . Government
girls from the sorority were Betty Lee Winfield, Elaine Cham-
berlin, Barbara McDowell, Ruth Smith and Mary Jane Lynch,
who served on Student Council . . . Dixie Grundy was sophomore
secretary; Miss Lynch, senior secretary; and Miss Chamberlin,
junior vice president . . . Who's Who honors were given to two
Tri-Sigmas, Jane Selzer, editor of the Kent Stater, and Mary
Ellen Hoffman, president of Women's League and Cardinal Key
. . . Miss Lynch was also treasurer of Women's League and
Pan-Hell council . . . Reigning at the annual Top Hop, Elaine
Chamberlin was elected this year's Miss Kent State . . . She also
was a member of Cardinal Key and president of the Elementary
Education club . . . Gladys Ulch was head cheerleader during
the basketball season . . . Leading Lady was Betty Lee Win-
field's title for "No Time for Classes" . . . Doris Diefenbach,
Barbara Stone and Ruth Smith were members of the supporting
cast . . . Dixie Grundy was one of KSU's representatives in the
Lambda Nu Phi pin-up contest . . . Officers of the sorority were
Mary Jane Lynch, president; Elaine Chamberlin, vice president;
Doris Diefenbach, secretary; and Gladys Ulch, treasurer.
Sigma Sigma Sigma
Comparing the Day's Activities
Hitting the Books
Theta Sigma UpsUon
Birds in Gilded Cages
Happy Pledge Days!
The Theta Sigs were high-pressure saleswomen this year and won a plaque for collecting the largest
number of University Theater members, and also came in second in the Penny Drive competition . . .
The sorority house was redecorated just in time for the visit of Miss Bertha Lefler, national vice president
... A "Waterfront Cafe" was the theme of the group's formal rush party . . . Added as new patrons were
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Anthony, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Meinke and Dr. Edna Oswalt . . . Madam President
was the title for six actives . . . Ginny Goldie was president of Engleman hall ; Betty Hoy, Moulton hall ;
Grace Batzli, French club; Violet Gardner, Pan-Hellenic council; Alice Henderson, Phrateres; and Ruth
Smith, Zeta Iota . . . Mrs. Gardner was also vice president of Phi Alpha Theta, historian of Kappa Delta
Pi and treasurer of the senior class ... In the news were Carmen Alvarez, chosen Lambda Nu Phi pin-up
girl; Miss Goldie, mistress of the house at several University Theater
plays ; Kemp Banfield, who participated in the WAA water pageant ; Violet
Gardner, selected for Who's Who; and Eileen Pletcher, member of the
University debate team . . . Active in AWVS were Edith Galloway, Alice
Henderson, Thelma Hilbig and Patricia Springer . . . Miss Galloway was
also a member of the WAA board . . . Officers were Violet Gardner, presi- i(^F
dent; Eva Jane McCreary, vice president; Mary Stanley, secretary; and
Patricia Springer, treasurer.
MRS. JAMES BANFIELD
M. Stanley E. Galloway
M. Dipple C. Thomas
L. Featheringham A. Henderson
P. Springer G. Goodwin
D. Zdara G. Batzli
B. Hoy E. Nuckles E. Fletcher
V. Gardner E. J. McCreary C. Alvarez
J. Kuntzleman J. Glaze R. Smith
V. (ioldio C. Sheaffer T. Hilbig
E. J. Feicht
M. L. Astrop
MRS. CORRINE DIETERLY
Raffle sales, a patron's tea and social dancing spon-
sorship were on the social calendar for the Beta Gams
this year . . . And a pirates' den was the theme of the
BG rush party held at the K. of C. hall . . . The members
kept in strict training for these activities with volleyball
games, and won the WAA cup in this sport . . . Mrs. Opal
Wigner Boffo was named new faculty advisor, and Miss
Edna Eisen was added to the roster of patrons . . . Dollars
and cents became the problems of Ethel Day, allocations
chairman and Student Council treasurer; Edith Korte,
junior class treasurer; Eileen Warren, business manager
of the Kent Stater; and Lee Marra, treasurer of Phi
Sigma Xi . . . Marian Anderson, Alice Best and Edith
Korte were members of OWA, with Miss Anderson also
serving as vice president of Engleman hall . . . Pledged
to Cardinal Key were Miss Day and Pauline Strong . . .
Virginia Raymont was prexy of Psi Lambda Omicron,
while Miss Strong was Student Council secretary. . . .
Miss Day, mentioned in Who's Who this year, was also
vice president of the Pen-Hellenic council . . . Leaders in
WAA were Miss Strong, president, and Esme Jones, social
chairman . . . Sorority prexy was Ethel Day; Harriet
Shobert, vice president; Virginia Raymont, secretary;
and Pauline Strong, treasurer.
Looking Through Scrapbooks
Defying Gravity Laws
RUTH JANE RECHT, Associate Editor
JEAN LENNER, Editor-in-Chief
Thelma Gick and Ranky Edwards
cut out paper dolls.
Copywriters, Alice DeTesco, Helen Piatt, Kaye Tolt
and John Thomas happy before given assignments.
JULIE JUCH, Head Photosrapher
LOU ZAREMBA, Business Manager
Ed Suvanto and Carol Linder appraise pictures and picture Glenna Hopewell, photographer, gives inexpert advice in ad
books. Fran Murphey and Jane Selzer, "zero-hour" contributors, layouts to Don Moore and Eileen Bushman,
are not shown.
Jane Selzer, editor of the Kent
Stater (luring the first half of the
year, and her business manager,
Eileen Warren, discuss official
Stater business between deadlines.
Activity around the copy desk with Marian
Cole phoning for a story and Carl Austin
Edition Editor Kaye Tolt is surrounded by Eleanor Meek, Beryl Knox
and Edition Editor Norma Knisely while she attempts to unscramble
the front page dummy.
Elizabeth Erfley Piotter, second-
half editor, and John Wlliamson,
business manager, figure out ways
of filling the Stater after getting
the paper increased to three issues
Lou Zaremba, John Thomas, Helen Piatt, Ted Phillips,
Hank Johnston and Fred Davies keep their eyes on Lil
Sokoll as she beats out society copy.
Edition Editor Carol Linder hangs up the assignment
sheet for Donna May Burkhardt and Ethel Schirmer,
Student Council Representatives
Betty L. Winfield
Mary Jane Lynch
Working hand in hand with the constitution,
Student Council this year sponsored a govern-
ment assembly each quarter to allow the student
body to hear of its activities. An innovation in 1944
was an official Lost and Found department with Betty
Offhaus as its head. Council also supervised the return
of varsity basketball on campus and the coming of
Frank Buck, jungle expert, and Alfred Noyes, noted
English poet, for assembly programs. And through
Council came the election of eight students for Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities. Top Hop,
with the presentation of Miss Kent State, and the
Chestnut Burr dance were more projects for the gov-
ernment group. When Prexy Curry finished her hours
at the end of the winter quarter, Don Wargowsky
took over as president; Ethel Day was treasurer and
Pauline Strong, secretary.
PEG CURRY, President
, ^ftl^«aBrm#* — '*l
Selecting editors and business managers, deciding upon policies concerning the Kent Stater and Chest-
nut Burr and keeping the publications on an even keel were the things filling meetings of the publications
policy committee this year. Members are, left to right, seated: Frances B. Murphey, C. E. Satterfleld,
L. C. Whetton, Dr. L. H. Munzenmayer and A. A. Crowell, chairman; and standing: Don Wargowsky, Doro-
thy DeCapito, secretary, George Inscho and Ruth Jane Recht.
The difficult job of distributing student funds to make everyone happy was the problem of the 1944-45
allocations committee. Composed of representatives from various campus organizations the committee con-
sists of, left to right: John Williamson, Suzanne Schwartz, George Inscho, Florence Hosa, Doris Gray,
Don Moore, Ethel Day, Barbara Berkey, Don Wargowsky, Betty Jean Rhoads, Lou Zaremba and Mary
K. S. R.W.
Mary Haines, Ted Baskin and Doby Green study
recorded sound effects.
Hanging out the "on the air" sign,
the Kent State university Radio Workshop
broadcasted every Saturday over WAKR in
Akron again after nearly two years of no
"time" on an Akron station.
Under a new workshop constitution,
drawn up this year by members of the or-
ganization, George Papp was elected presi-
dent. Edwin Suvanto will serve as vice
president during the next year while Felice
Faust will be secretary-treasurer and chief
sound effects manager. Suzanne Schwartz is
The new constitution calls for member-
ship of Workshop students. The constitution
classifies the members into the senior mem-
ber or junior member group. Senior mem-
bers must have been in three radio produc-
Writing their own scripts, producing and
directing the programs, the Workshop mem-
bers are aided by Mrs. Opal Wigner Boffo,
instructor in speech and advisor of the Work-
shop. After the program is produced in
Akron, it is recorded for discussion and com-
ment by a Workshop student at the Univer-
Script Conference with Mrs. Opal Boffo.
Jean Olson gives the signal to Arlene Crown, Fred Baker
and Lee Shenefiel.
K.S.R.W. Is on the Air
One Engineer to Another
Last year Virginia Good served as chief engi-
neer and head of the workshop. Until the group
took to the air again in January, most of the work
done in the studio was for practice purposes. Mrs.
Good assisted the army air force men with broad-
cast practice. Director of the workshop last year
was Howard Hansen, former instructor in speech.
Climax for Art Club mem-
bers this year was the "May
Show" in which work was sub-
mitted by both students and
alumni. Shirley Ackeroyd was
in charge of the event. Main
projects included decorations
for dances such as the Top
Hop, Sadie Hawkins, Popular-
ity ball, and the Burr dance.
The group also made posters
for the Y.M.C.A., Christmas
ball, Don Cossack chorus,
O.W.A. and other University
functions. Miss Nina S.
Humphrey, head of the school
of art, is advisor of the group.
Jean Lenner was the Art Club
president this year; Shirley
Ackeroyd, vice president; Flo
Bobby, secretary ; Betty
Broemsen, treasurer; and
Eileen Bushman, publicity di-
Discussion groups and
speakers were an important
part of the Home Economics
club program this year along
with social activities. The
group sponsored a speaker and
forum each quarter. Social
affairs included a fall get-ac-
quainted picnic, club party and
senior honor breakfast at
which senior members re-
ceived silver thimbles. Mem-
bers assisted with several teas
and served refreshments after
the Student-Faculty work-
shop. A club representative
was sent to the regional Home
Economics workshop in Cin-
cinnati in April. Members of
the executive council are
Katharine Galay, president ;
Norma Jenkins, senior vice
president ; Dorothy Baynes,
junior vice president; Leolyn
Wilcox, recording secretary;
Betty Fouse, corresponding
secretary ; Mary Marvin,
treasurer; Gladys Willis, so-
cial chairman. Class repre-
sentatives were Dortha Kohr,
senior; Charmain Beach,
junior; Alice Alert, sopho-
more; and Jean Black, fresh-
Home Economics Club
More than $700 was col-
lected by the Office of War Ac-
tivities when it sponsored the
annual War Chest drive in
February. The fund was dis-
tributed among the Penny
Drive, Red Cross, World Stu-
dent Service fund and the tu-
berculosis and infantile pa-
ralysis drives. Organized
three years ago by Student
Council, the O.W.A. was set
up to coordinate the war ac-
tivities in the University and
to approach students and fa-
culty only once throughout the
year for welfare contributions.
Elaine Chamberlin served as
chairman of the group with
Helen Morgan acting as treas-
urer and Dorothy Jones, secre-
tary. Norma Hakundy was
chairman early in the year.
Office of War Activities
The Pen-Hellenic council,
composed of two members
from each sorority, met to dis-
cuss and regulate the mainte-
nance of sorority chapter
standards, scholarship and
sorority social calendars. The
group also revised and pub-
lished the Pan-Hellenic blue
Ijook. Early this year a tea
honoring Mrs. George A. Bow-
man was given by the council.
Pen-Hell also sponsored the
annual Round Robin and invi-
tational teas, the scholarship
banquet and tlie bridge tourn-
ament. Vi Gardner was presi-
dent; Ethel Day, vice presi-
dent ; Elsie Stalzer, recording
secretary ; Betty Offhaus, cor-
responding secretary ; Mary
Jane Lynch, treasurer; and
Ingrid Tornberg who replaced
Martha Forsberg, Women's
League representative. Dr.
Gertrude Lawrence is perma-
nent advisor, while Miss
Helen Machan served as tem-
Subjects related to elemen-
tary education were discussed
by a group of faculty mem-
bers at various times during
the year at meetings of the
Elementary Education club.
Dean John L. Blair was prin-
cipal speaker at an April din-
ner honoring members. I n
June, the club held a tea at
Moulton hall as a farewell to
seniors. The members car-
ried Penny Drive boxes and
also held a raffle. Founded in
1941, the E. E. club was or-
ganized to promote interest
and cooperation among stu-
dents in elementary education.
Elaine Chamberlin is presi-
dent; Dorothy Watson, vice
president ; Doris Conklin,
treasurer ; Ruth Christman,
secretary; and Donna Voelm,
social chairman. The advisor
is Miss Suzanne Koehler, di-
rector of elementary training
at the Training school.
Elementary Education Club
The first woman faculty
member of the school of jour-
nalism, Miss Bea Offineer, was
formally inducted as an honor-
ary member of Lambda Phi,
women's honorary journalism
fraternity, during the winter
quarter. A reception for Miss
Offineer and Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Crowell was held. During
the spring quarter, initiation
services were held for five
pledges at a picnic. Officers
for the year were Elizabeth
Erfley P i o 1 1 e r, president ;
Ruth Jane Recht, vice presi-
dent; and Norma Knisely,
are Lillian Sokoll, Jane Selzer,
Julie Juch, Frances B. Mur-
phey, Kaye Tolt, Carol Lin-
der, Eileen Warren, Jean
Lenner and Helen Piatt. Mrs.
Robert C. Dix, a former Kent
Stater editor, is advisor of
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W. A. A.
Membership in the Women's
Athletic association readied a
new hig-h this year as 300
University women signed up
to participate in the various
recreational activities. Ruth
Sparhawk led the group as
president before her gradua-
tion in December. Pauline
Strong succeeded her. Other
officers were Ruth Schmidt,
vice president; Edith Riley,
secretary ; and Dorothy Jones,
treasurer. W.A.A. sponsored
the annual Play Day which
attracted 320 high school girls,
a fall tea and spring picnic.
Quarterly meetings allowed
presentation of individual and
team awards. The association
is managed by an executive
board which consists of the
officers, sports managers and
faculty advisor. Miss Bertha
The membership of the
Health and Physical Educa-
tion club this year totaled
52. Members participated
in activities varying from
a picnic at the University
grill to a spring round
table discussion on their ex-
periences in the physical edu-
cation field. During the fall
quarter, they heard Dr. A. 0.
DeWeese tell of his visit to the
National Child Health council
in New York. George Alt-
mann, H.P.E. club advisor,
told of the Northeastern Ohio
Teachers' association meeting
in Cleveland. Physical educa-
tion work at Crile General
hospital in Parma was de-
scribed by Alice Troyan. Offi-
cers were Miss Troyan, presi-
dent; Pauline Strong, vice
president; and Betty Faulds,
secretary-treasurer. The club
was founded in 1927 and is
open to majors and minors in
H. P. E. Club
Young Women's Christian Association
Pres. Jo MacDonald confers with her officers
The Young Women's Christian association began its activities with a "Frosh Frolic" in October as part
of the membership drive. Seasonal celebrations included the Thanksgiving candlelight service and a
Christmas pageant and party. In March, Dr. William S. Thompson talked on "Plastics." Members played
hostess to Miss Frances Helen Maine, national Y. W. C. A. secretary for the Geneva region, that month.
She spoke at several meetings and
dinners. War-time cancellation of the
national convention allowed only local
discussion of issues which would have
come up there. Representatives took
part in the church acquaintance tour in
Cleveland. Josephine McDonald, presi-
dent, served on the area planning com-
mittee. A box of clothing was sent to
Lottscreek school in the Kentucky moun-
tains. Other officers were Doris Haren-
ski, vice president ; Donna Voelm, secre-
tary; Arlene Sterling, treasurer; Janet
Irons, Women's League representative;
and Betty Maurer, social chairman.
Advisors were Miss Mary Jane Klein,
Mrs. John L. Blair, Mrs. C. B. Sumner,
Mrs. D. S. MacDonald and Miss Jeanne
Group discussions and social events filled the calendar for members of the campus chapter of the Young
Men's Chi-istian Association this year. Highlight of the year was the sponsorship of the Don Cossack
chorus in the University auditorium during winter quarter. Proceeds from the event were added to the
association's treasury. With approximately 50 members on the roster, the group met once every two
weeks in room 119, Kent hall. Two hay-
rides were held during the year, one at
the home of Dr. Ronald Spacht, former
assistant professor of chemistry, and
the other in Akron. A picnic in Uni-
versity woods was one of the events dur-
ing spring quarter, and the dean of
men's office was the scene of the annual
banquet of the organization. Dean Ray-
mond E. Manchester is advisor to the
Y.M.C.A. Roy Dunn is president; John
Hawk, vice president; George Farres,
treasurer ; and Jim Beachy, secretary. Officers Jim Beachy, George Farres, John Hawk and Roy Dunn
Young Men's Christian Association
The main function of Alpha
Psi Omega, national dramatic
honorary, has been to take
part in all University Theater
productions this year. Par-
ticipating in the theater work
were the eight members who
were on the 1944-45 active
list, including Mrs. Opal Boffo,
David Ryan, Ed Suvanto,
Doris Stewart, Herb Wands,
Mary Haines, Arlene Riggle
and Suzanne Schwartz. Offi-
cers for the group were Miss
Haines, senior who played her
final leading role in "Angel
Street", as president; Miss
Riggle, vice president; and
Miss Schwartz, secretary. The
honorary's advisor, E. Turner
Stump, chairman of the school
of speech, is also national
grand director of the organ-
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Kappa Delta Pi
The tenth anniversary of
Delta Beta chapter of Kappa
Delta Pi, national education
honorary, was observed May
15 this year by the group's 39
members. President George
A. Bowman was inducted as
an honorary member at the
Christmas banquet. At the
March banquet. Dr. H. P.
Smith, Kent public schools
superintendent, was principal
speaker. The annual scholar-
ship tea was held for students
honored at Scholarship Day
assembly. Earlier in the year,
Dr. John L. Blair discussed
the Miami workshop and a
panel discussion on compul-
sory military training was
held. Officers for the year
were Mary Jane Wertenberg-
er, president; Emily Wess,
vice president; Betty Van
Bolt, secretary-treasurer, and
Violet Gardner, historian.
The student court was cre-
ated a few years ago to act
as somewhat of a common
pleas court for University
women. Working in conjunc-
tion with the dean of women's
office, the court tries cases
concerning excessive viola-
tions of University regula-
tions and cases that do not
fall under automatic rules.
Representatives to the group
are selected from dormitories
and off -campus houses. Ranky
Edwards was chairman of the
court thisyear. Other
"judges" were Donna Mae
Burkhardt, Betty Jean Carl-
son, Janet Morrow and Vir-
Virtually non-existent after
the start of the war, Psi Chi,
local psychology honorary,
this year reorganized and be-
came active again as a group
to further scholarship in the
psychology department. Dr.
D. W. Pearce, head of the de-
partment, acted as president
for the honorary while Dr.
Edna Lotz Oswalt was acting
Carlson served as chairman of
the program committee, which
consisted of Gene Barker and
Lois Espenschied. The topic,
"Beliefs About the Behavior
of Men and Animals", was
discussed at meetings. The
group also held a banquet in
Under the direction of Roy D. Metcalf, the
University band played for student assemblies
this year and gave an evening concert in May.
Hard-hit by the war, band membership totaled 45
as compared with 110 members in 1941. The
group was first organized in 1928 with 16
Meetings were devoted to rehearsals, and the
one social event of the year was a picnic at the
end of the spring quarter.
Ed Siennicki filled the office of president this
year. Doris Gray was vice president; Agnes
Sawyer, secretary; Betty Jeanne Rhoads, libra-
rian; and Dorothy Wildman, assistant librarian.
Members were Mabel Davey, Alice Cox, Jeanne
Carey, Marian Lemponen, Eileen Mizer, Shirley
North, Madge Kime, Nelle Vallandingham, Rich-
ard Cone, Dorothy Watson, Jennie Rocko, Mar-
garet Kepner, Jean Olson, Mildred Hightree, Jean
Kuntzleman, Joan Gunkelman, Betty Maurer, Van
James Evans, Mary Jane Lynch, Martha Keyser,
Terry Pugliese, Lu Heck, Donna Voelm, Beryl
Knox, Agnes Sawyer, June Stahlman, Marshall
Friedland, Doris Conklin, Janis Jayred, Robert
Wallis, Don Wargowsky.
Beverly Keep, Maxine Kidd, Carol Brandt, Betty
Jeanne Rhoads, Rolland Walk, Josephine Doug-
lass, Phyllis Snyder, Walter Keller, Lois Espen-
schied and Doris Diefenbach.
Dinner at the Vets' House
Place of Concentration
One of the newest and most active organizations on campus this year was the K-Vets. This group,
composed of veterans of World War II, had 23 active members and 20 inactive. The Armistice Day
assembly was the main activity during the fall quarter. During the winter quarter, the K-Vet informal
dance was held in the Moulton hall music room. The V-E day assembly was the highlight of the spring
quarter activities as members again donned their uniforms. The men also managed social dancing on
Wednesday nights, elected a K-Vet queen and placed entries in Campus Night and the Penny Carnival.
An open house at the K-Vet home, 262 Columbus Street, was also held early in the spring quarter.
Majority of the active members lived at the house, nicknamed "Castle on the Hill." Ted Baskin was presi-
dent of the group; Clarence Tonka, vice president; Dick Dussel, secretary; Al Welch, treasurer; and
Dick Stahlsmith, sergeant-at-arms.
star Mary Haines receives a gift pre-
sented by Stella Rosen at the close
of "Angel Street."
Three plays, a psychological drama, a comedy and a
mystery, were presented by the University Theater this year,
under the direction of E. Turner Stump, aided by Arlene
Riggle, theater manager. In "Night Must Fall," Dave Ryan
portrayed a psychopathic case, v^^ho commits murder and then
hides way in the country home of a wealthy hypochondriac,
played by Mary Haines, whom he later murders. LaUna
Shenefiel, a freshman, was outstanding in her first UT role,
that of Miss Haines' niece. Suzanne Schwartz, as the cook,
and Edwin Suvanto provided the comedy touch, while Ralph
Wilde, Miss Riggle, Civia Berman and Harry Daniels com-
pleted the cast.
The police come to the rescue in
Suzanne Schwartz, Ed Suvanto, LaUna Shenefiel
and Civia Berman in "Night Must Fall."
The comedy portrayals of Oliver Ocasek, Miss Haines,
and Ryan highlighted the humorous presentation, "Morning's
At Seven," which centered around two middle-aged, childhood
sweethearts who, after being engaged for 12 years, finally
marry. Others in the cast were Lydia Mihok, Doris Stewart,
Suvanto, Viola Cian, Miss Riggle, and Ted Baskin. A gas-lit,
mid-Victorian setting was the background for veteran Mary
Haines' final UT performance, in which she starred with
Suvanto and George Papp. The drama, "Angel Street," con-
cerns a villianous husband, Suvanto, who attempts to drive his
wife insane, but is thwarted by a wiley police inspector, played
by George Papp. Elsa Tompkins and Miss Shenefiel were the
A throat-tightening scene from
"Night Must Fall."
Scene from the summer production,
"Angel Street," with Mary Haines and
George Papp at the piano.
Blue Key, men's national
honorary service fraternity,
founded the Kent State Uni-
versity Athletic association
during the fall quarter. This
association, set up as the
Booster's club, aided in bring-
ing varsity athletics back to
Kent after an absence of two
years. The organization co-
sponsored the Penny Carnival
and also took charge of ticket
sales for all home basketball
games. Blue Key sponsored
two student assemblies, the
combined Booster and tapping
one in the fall quarter and the
spring tapping service. A
winter quarter survey of
men's activities, made by
members, was filed in the dean
of men's office. Formal pledge
banquet was held at Akron's
Mayflower hotel in the fall.
John Williamson is president ;
Jim Patterson, vice president;
Don Moore, secretary; and
George Farres, treasurer.
A plan to publish a book of
writings by Kent State Uni-
versity servicemen is being
made by Cardinal Key, wo-
men's national service honor-
ary, founded on campus 20
years ago. The publication
will include parts of letters
which are of literary interest.
Cardinal Key members also
took charge of Campus Night
with the May Queen crowning
and co-sponsored the Penny
Carnival with Blue Key. Mem-
bers took part in the inaugura-
tion of President Bowman
and aided in guiding Christian
Youth group tours around the
campus. Officers included
Mary Ellen Hoffman, presi-
dent; Elizabeth Plotter, vice
president; Betsy Case, treas-
urer; Elsie Stalzer, corres-
ponding secretary; Jane La-
faye, recording secretary, and
Ruth Jane Recht, historian.
Directed by representatives
of the women's student
groups, Women's League
served as a social group plan-
ning numerous affairs such as
the Big-Little Sister tea, the
Senior Women's banquet,
president's reception and
housemothers' tea. The group
also collaborated with Men's
Union in sponsoring the Pork
Barrel and the Christmas Ball.
With Dr. Ada V. Hyatt, dean
of women, as advisor, the lea-
gue had charge of counselling
freshmen women and furnish-
ing the women's lounge. Offi-
cers were: Mary Ellen Hoff-
man, president; Elsie Stalzer,
first vice president; Marian
Anderson, second vice presi-
dent; Dorothy Humphrey,
secretary; Mary Jane Lynch,
treasurer; and Ranky Ed-
wards, Student Court chair-
The Student Forensic asso-
ciation sponsored two tourna-
ments on campus this year,
the novice tournament of the
Northeastern Ohio Debate
conference and the annual
Buckeye tournament. Univer-
sity debaters attended other
tournaments, including the
Ohio Women's conference, the
Ohio Men's conference, the
Pittsburgh debate forum.
Northeastern Ohio varsity
contest and the Pi Kappa Del-
ta tournament. The associa-
tion entered the Ohio confer-
ence individual tournament
and received fir.st place in ex-
temporaneous speaking. For-
ensics also sponsored an ex-
tension speakers' bureau
which provided speakers and
exhibition debates for groups
and high schools in this area.
Ruth Smith, president, plans business deals with her officers
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Six new members were added to the women's
business honorary, Zeta Iota, this year, including
Miss Elizabeth Lewis, who was chosen to be ad-
visor and was made an honorary member. The
initiation services were followed by a dinner and
theater party in Akron. With Mary Martin as
editor, an alumni letter was sent out by the fra-
ternity once each quarter. Another of the or-
ganization's projects was to entertain a group
of Akron high school students on the campus.
As an incentive for high scholarship, the group
awarded the traditional scholarship plaque at the
annual spring picnic to the graduating senior with
the highest point average. Zeta Iota officers were
Ruth Smith, president; Grace Bosma, vice presi-
dent (replaced upon graduation by Lottie Stutz) ;
Mary Marvin, secretary; Laura McConnell, treas-
urer ; and Betty Jeanne Rhoads, parliamentarian.
Phi Alpha Theta
"India" was the topic which concerned the 13
members of Psi chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, na-
tional history honorary, this year. As a means
of studying the subject, book reviews and panel
and group discussions made up the programs at
monthly meetings. Installed in 1938, the honor-
ary was formed from a local history club. With
Betty Van Bolt as president, Vi Gardner served
as vice president; Regina Marto, secretary -treas-
urer; and Dorothy Swoboda, secretary. Dr. Ger-
trude Lawrence, associate professor of English,
is advisor of the honorary.
Officers Regina Marto, Betty Van Bolt, Vi Gardner
and Dorothy Swoboda.
Jeanne Cook, Helen Klika and Ted Phillips
discussing club business
Including 120 Catholic students in its member-
ship, the Newman club met every two weeks dur-
ing the year for group discussions and lectures.
A treasure hunt was the theme of the social event
in the fall. During spring quarter, an informal
party was held at the University with Dean and
Mrs. Raymond E. Manchester as guests. Mem-
bers also presented a humorous one-act play at
St. Patrick's auditorium as one of their spring
projects. Ted Phillips succeeded Betty Jane
Shutrump as president of the organization when
she left school at the end of the fall quarter.
Jeanne Cook was secretary and Don Moore,
treasurer, while Gloria Compo served as social
chairman until she was graduated from the
University in December.
Sending boxes of clothing
to the British War Relief so-
ciety was one of the main
projects of the Kindergarten-
Primary club this year. Others
were carrying the Penny
Drive boxes every quarter,
buying two $100 War bonds
and contributing to the cam-
pus Office of War Activities.
With a roster now of 42 mem-
bers, the club was organized
17 years ago by Miss G. Hazel
Swan, who is the group's
present advisor. Dr. Wilma
Garnett and Miss Jeanne Par-
rish are honorary members.
The organization is composed
of students enrolled in the
kindergarten-primary d i v i-
sion of the college of educa-
tion. Emily Wess was presi-
dent; Charlotte Carson, vice
president; Betty Maurer, sec-
retary ; and Janet Irons,
Phi Sigma Xi
With Dr. W. S. Thomp-
son, Dr. Charles S. Sumner
and Dr. Frances Harshbarger
as advisors. Phi Sigma Xi,
local science honorary, con-
tinued this year on its quest
for knowledge. Highlight on
the calendar was an open
house at McGilvrey hall in the
spring. Discussions were held
at meetings when Dr. Thomp-
son addressed the group on
"Plastics and Their Uses in
the War," and Dr. Sumner
spoke on "National Parks."
Helen Lee headed the organ-
ization, with Florence Milton
as vice president; Cora Gene
Boyle, secretary ; Leona Mar-
ra, treasurer; and Dorothy
Swoboda, pledge mistress.
A Cappella Choir
Again this year providing choral music for
University functions, the a cappella choir com-
pleted another school year by presenting its an-
nual concert May 24, and by singing at com-
mencement exercises for the June graduating
With its new director George Gove, assistant
professor of music, the choir was active in pro-
viding music for several assembly programs.
Among them were the Easter assembly and V-E
Day ceremonies. In addition to these perform-
ances, the choir entertained the Kent Kiwanis club
and the Faculty Women's club. During Holy
Week, it made several guest appearances in Kent
Included in the choir was a special eleven voice
women's group which presented its own numbers
throughout the year. Esther Douglass and Van
Darby did solo work with the choir during the
season, and Amy Lee accompanied the group on
Throughout the year the a cappella choir main-
tained a membership of approximately 40
en s union
Men's Union, an organization to which every man automatically becomes a member upon entering the
University, serves as an agency for promoting good will and close relationship between men on campus
and men's organizations.
The activities are carried out by the Men's Union board, composed of two representatives from each
class and three appointments by officers and the dean of men. The Manchester Cup race is another
thing sponsored by Men's Union. Individual competition in atheltics, art, literature and forensics
constitute the basis for awarding the cup.
The group gives a banquet every quarter for University men, with MU paying for half the meals.
Novelty event in the winter quarter was the banquet with faculty members serving the men students.
In conjunction with Women's League MU also sponsored the Christmas Ball, Pork Barrel and
weekly social dancing. The organization is also in charge of the men's lounge on the first floor of Merrill
Raymond E. Manchester, dean of men, is advisor to the group. Officers for the year were : Jim
Patterson, president; George Papp, vice president; John Jack, secretary; and Don Moore, treasurer.
Speaker's Table at the MU Banquet
Three of Wesley's Officers
Wesley foundation, composed of student mem-
bers of the Methodist church, spent the year in
discussing student problems and world affairs,
holding social meetings at the local church and
representing campus religious work. Dr. Orville
C. Jones of the Oberlin graduate school of the-
ology ; Dr. C. A. Ketcham, president of Mt. Union
college; Dr. S. D. Bawden, a missionary in India;
and Dr. Richard Schermerhorn of Baldwin-Wal-
lace college were among the speakers who ad-
dressed Wesleyites. The group sponsors two co-
operative houses, one for men, and the other for
women students. The organization's advisor was
Rev. Robert S. Clemmons before he left Kent for
another position in early spring. Virginia Partee
was president of the Foundation this year. Madge
Kime was vice president ; Marion Ishii, secretary ;
Eleanor Hildebrand, treasurer; Doris Conklin,
recreation leader; and Mary Jane Wertenberger,
Sigma Tau Gamma
Having been inactive since June, 1943, Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity received permission to become
the first active fraternity on campus this year. Three old Gammas who took offices in the group were
Don Moore, president; Bud Gerber, vice president and secretary; and Lou Zaremba, treasurer. The
fraternity pledged nine upperclassmen who became active Sunday, March 4, at Vale Edge restaurant
in Ravenna. Twelve more pledges became active during the spring quarter when the Gammas were per-
mitted to pledge freshmen for the first time. The high spot among
the fraternity's spring activities was a formal dinner-dance, held at
Twin Lakes country club in conjuction with the Tri-Sigs on Friday,
May 11. Charles Stenross and his orchestra played for the affair
which was attended by almost 100 persons. Meetings were held at
the homes of Rsgistrar E. C. Stopher, Dr. A. 0. DeWeese, Dr. A. W.
Stewart, and E. L. Novotny. Other faculty members who contributed
to a successful year for Sigma Tau Gamma are Dean Arden Allyn
and Dr. L. H. Munzenmayer. Plans were made to reopen the fra-
ternity home, located at 202 N. Lincoln St. for the fall quarter of 1945.
Dr. L. H. Munzenmayer Dr. A. W. Stewart
Dean Arden Allyn
E. C. Stopher
Dr. A. (). DeWeese
SPORTS AT KENT
Action with Akron U.
The first varsity basketball team to repre-
sent the University since 1943, Kent's Golden
Flashes presented an inexperienced squad that
lacked height and reserve strength. But what
the Flashes didn't have in a physical sense they
made up in spirit. And their record of tv\^o
wins as against 11 losses during the regular
season fails to show the great improvement
made under Coach Bill Satterlee, on loan from
Akron South for the duration.
Besides the scheduled contests, the cage
squad beat an Alumni quintet 44-37, and drop-
ped a post-season game to Ashland 55-53, using
a new 3-2-1 scoring system.
Bill Sudeck, scoring 204 points on 73 field
goals and 58 fouls to lead the Kent cagers, and
Dick Riley, with 86 points, both received honor-
able mention on the United Press All-Ohio
squad. Sudeck racked up 34 points against
Bethany college to set a new University record
for individual scoring in one game.
Bill Satterlee, Basketball Coach
JACK ADAMS, Guard
BILL SCHLEMMER, Forward
RAY STEUBER, Forward
TED PHILLIPS, Center
Great Fun in Gym Class
MEN'S INTRAMURAL SPORTS
Kinney at the Bat
Despite the manpower shortage, sports interest on campus improved during the 1944-45 season,
aided by an expanded intramural program and the Manchester Cup race. Three teams started the IM
schedule in the fall, with the Flashes, captained by Ted Phillips, taking first place in horseshoes, volley-
ball, table tennis and basketball, to give them 12 points. The YMCA team, under Sam Danze, copped
the handball tournament; while the "48'ers," a freshman group, won an exciting tap football tourney.
The Flashes led the league at the end of the spring •
quarter with I41/2 points, followed by the "48'ers"
with llV-j, and the YMCA with 10 points. Two
new teams, the Sigma Tau Gammas, led by George
Farres, and the All-Stars, a team captained by
George Husa and composed mainly of veterans, en-
tered the league late in the season, to compete in
swimming, softball, tennis and track. The All-Stars
won swimming and vied with the Gammas and an-
other new team, the Yankees, for softball honors.
The track meet, late in the season, was held as a
part of the Manchester Cup race.
Out at Third!
Rose Ross Poised for Action
Under the sponsorship of the Women's Athletic association, various types of sports activities are
offered to University women throughout the year. In the fall, soccer and horseshoes fill the "exercise"
program. When winter comes, the coeds move inside to play volleyball, badminton, table tennis and
basketball. Baseball, tennis and archery give the girls a chance not only to wear shorts and T-shirts,
but also to get rid of the excess poundage picked-up during the cold months. In addition to this, week-
ly sessions in modern dance and swimming are held. Small cups are given to the winners in individual
sports, and, at the end of the season, a large trophy is awarded to the group having the greatest per-
centage of participation.
Gym Class Learns the Rudiments of Dancing
Taking Advantage of the Swimming Pool
More than two years ago, University officials made a change in the physical education program
for freshmen and sophomore women. In an effort to stress "physical fitness," the program was
changed from a twice-a-week to five-days-a-week schedule. Consequently, for an hour every day under-
class coeds now either play games, take hikes, learn
to dance or do callisthenics . . . thus getting exercise
they would not ordinarily have. In addition to these
classes are the many groups of physical education
majors and minors who study thoroughly the various
women's sports, with an eye to someday teaching them
And then there's inter-sorority competition. Games between Greek
organizations are always characterized by a genial, friendly rivalry —
that usually results in broken bones.
She Didn't Plan to Hit That One Anyway
As a beauty court for the yearbook queen, the Chestnut Burr staff
selected 10 coeds who were most outstanding in appearance, personality
and poise. Ten coeds who most typify the college woman at her best.
We present, clockwise, Donna Stouder, freshman; Ruth Erricson, senior;
Mary Lou Johnson, freshman; Felice Faust, freshman; Barbara Stone,
junior; Margaret Martin, sophomore; Arlene Riggle, senior; Betty Brown,
junior; and Betty Lee Winfield, senior. Marcye Huston, a freshman, is
not shown .
Chestnut Burr Queen
Earl Carroll, Hollywood beauty expert, who
picked the queen
GAMMA SIGMA PHI
Ramona and the Sunshine
Chestnut Burr Queen
GAMMA SIGMA PHI
Earl Carroll, Hollywood beauty expert, who
picked the queen
Ramona and the Sunshine
MISS KENT STATE
SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA
GAMMA SIGMA PHI
PI KAPPA SIGMA
MOST POPULAR WOMAN
MOST POPULAR MAN
KAPPA MU KAPPA
Although Kent is known for its many queenships, there never seems to be enough to go around. For
every day, out of classrooms, dormitories and the Brady come many co-eds who may not win a trophy for
their beauty, but are more than worthy of one. Typifying this are the following girls :
Ramona Swaim, Betty Lee Winfield, Mamie Cavoulas, Felice Faust and Jeanne Cook.
Dixie Grundy, Jean Goncher, Jean Olsen and Kay Bardelline.
Jean Glaze, Amy Lee, Rosie Ray, Jo Douglas and Edra June Feicht.
Vivian Mead, Betty Brown, Marcye Huston, Ruth Erricson and Barbara Stone.
Lois Jewell, Isla Schnauffer, Dee Williamson, Jean Cirbes and Mary Lou Johnson.
Joan Phares, Eileen Tessmer, Jeanne Jacobs, Betty Flegle and Joanne Limber.
Hoy ! Hoy ! The swish of long skirts and uncurling hair . . . high
heels cutting little holes in the slick gym floor . . . the sound of wind
cutting through butch haircuts ... an aging trumpeter who thinks he's
Harry James . . . reserved-looking couples on the sidelines looking slightly
bored ... a receiving line wishing it were somewhere else . . . hot music
that seems to get faster and faster . . . dances at Kent State.
SADIE HAWKINS DAY
Leaning on a Haystack
Silent Yokum is Speechless
Through These Portals
Council Prexy Curry Crowns Limber
The Queen and Her Attendants
Joanne Limber of Pi Kappa Sigma reigned as
May Queen for Campus Night festivities last
year. Martha Forsberg of Alpha Omega was
first attendant and Dorothy Humphrey of Gamma
Sigma Phi was second attendant. Following the
crowning and Maypole dance on the campus,
various organizations participated in a parade
through Kent, and Gamma Sigma Phi sorority
was awarded the trophy for its section depicting
a War bond. During intermission of the tradi-
tional dance. Alpha Omega sorority and "Night
and Day" were the winners in the sorority song-
fest on the steps of Merrill hall.
Greeting Her Subjects
Gamma Sig Dollars
Ramona Swaim, the Queen
Jean Lenner Presents the Cup
Jack Adams Congratulates Ramona
Players and Dancers
Mary Haines Arlene Riggle
Casey's Daughter at the Bat
F RESHM AN
Freshmen, Lenny Williams and
Marilyn Zeizer, Learn Fast
YMCA Skit About True Love
Lower and Luthy at the Races
Dr. W. G. Meinke
A Wire Basket and Dr. Charles Sumner
FUN FOR EVERYONE
Sponsored by the student-faculty relations committee, a picnic for students and faculty members
was held on Rockwell field early in the fall quarter. A baseball game was the featured athletic event
of the affair. Students talked with their professors, professors talked with their students and enor-
mous quantities of food were consumed.
Ruth Schmidt, Irene Lefler, Dr. Harry Cunningham, Dr. H. W. Hudson and Dr. L. H. Munzenmayer
NO TIME FOR CLASSES
Coming home from the wars, Bud Gerber revived the tradi-
tional all-student musical this year. Suzanne Schwartz was
the director and Betty Lee Winfield and Hank Johnston ex-
changed love talk as co-stars. Outstanding features of NTFC
were the original songs and a coed chorus line. Stock was
sold to students to finance the project and proceeds went to
the athletic fund. Plaques were awarded to Alpha Omega
sorority and Engleman hall for selling the most tickets.
Winfield, Johnston and
a Love Song
Cheesecake with Icing
Left: Bill Schlemmer, Terry Atkinson and Jack Adams
enjoy intermission and their dates
Right: Uean and Mrs. Manchester, President and Mrs.
Bowman and Dance Chairman Kay Bardelline
Dancing in the Dark
Most Popular Man and Woman
While the Orchestra Rest
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Down The Aisle
Created to send the Kent Stater
and University publications to for-
mer KSU men in the armed forces,
the Penny Drive continued to flour-
ish for its third straight year. Win-
ner of the Penny Drive trophy last
year was Sigma Sigma Sigma sorori-
ty. The avi^ard is given to the
organization soliciting the largest
amount of pennies during the yearly
The 1943-44 drive netted the fund
$1734.83, according to Raymond E.
Manchester, dean of men, who spon-
sors the drive. Profiting $225 as a
result of an allocation by the Office of
War Activities, the Drive was fur-
ther increased by a Penny Carnival
held in May.
More than ten organizations set up
booths in Wills gymnasium, and by
use of concessions, the groups earned
more contributions to the fund. Gam-
ma Sigma Phi sorority won a trophy
for taking in the most money at the
Carnival and Betty Brown and Jim
Patterson were in charge of arrange-
ments for the affair. One of the fea-
ture attractions of the evening was
the staging of a five-act play in 10
minutes by members of Alpha Psi
Omega, honorary dramatic group.
Marge Ingham, of Tri-Sigma, the sorority which won the PD
trophy last year, collects pennies from a student
Dean Manchester presents the Penny Carnival cup to
Betty Offhaus, of the winning Gamma Sigs
Stars of the Theta Sig Side Show at
Last Year's Penny Carnival
"Messiah" soloists, Russell Abbott, Mrs. P. A. Eichenlaub,
Mrs. W. S. Shepherd and Howard Haugh
The "Messiah" Chorus
Punch and Cookies
Standing in the Atrium to con-
tribute its bit to the Yuietide spirit
was the traditional huge Christmas
tree. Pres. George A. Bowman
lighted the tree following the presen-
tation of Handel's Messiah in the
University auditorium. The women's
glee club sang familiar carols, and
punch and cookies were served. At
this time, Cardinal Key, national
service honorary, tapped new
Ensign and Mrs. Lou Boffo
Wills gymnasium was the place for the annual Univer-
sity Theater formal this year. Decorations centered around
UT plays. During winter quarter, the K-Vets sponsored an
informal dance in Moulton hall music room. Serving on the
committee were veterans of World War II who comprise the
Edith Korte and Al Welch
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crowell
and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Palie,
Sitting This One Out
President Bowman Receives Sissy Havre
Frosted windows, a Christmas tree and blue lights set
the stage for the Men's Union Christmas Ball. The formal
affair was held in the music room of Moulton hall, with
approximately 60 couples attending.
Lou Zaremba, Dottie Jones and
Imports from Cleveland
MU Prexy Papp and Edra June Feicht
And so our traditional record is
completed for another year. We
who have compiled it, pause for a
minute to review the many hap-
penings — the wartime setbacks
and limitations, as weighed against
the joys and satisfactions of pro-
ducing this annual. We remember
with appreciation the guidance
and assistance rendered by many
persons not on the staff. It is to
these persons we now say . . .
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& Oilier Engraving Co.
Mr. Donald Hayden of the Judson
Mr. Fred Vlack of the Forest City
Mr. A. A. Crowell and Mr. L. C.
Whetten, who served as faculty
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Adams, Ella Louise. 65 Rice St.. Alliance, O.
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Adams, John Jerome. 146 Crain Av., Kent, O.
Ake, Lucille, 200 E. Williams St.. Kent. O.
Akeroyd, Shirley Jean, 1236 Cranford Av.. Lakewood, O.
Akins, Jean Alice, 506 S. Main St., N. Canton, O.
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Anderson. Marian Jane. 2046 E. 124th St., Euclid, O.
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Antonuk. Olga Anne, 3073 Medina Road, Akron, O.
Arighi. Nancy Louise, 210 E. Summit St.. Kent, O.
Astrup, Mary Lou. 703 Greenwood Av.. Akron. O.
Atkinson. Terrance C. 1543 E. 3rd St.. Salem, O.
Atsaroff, Katherine Mary, 674 Cole Ave.. Akron. O.
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Azaiy, Rose, 217 Grand River Av., Painesville, O.
Alvarez, Carmen Matilde, 367 Aguiar St., Havana, Cuba
Babington, Janice Elizabeth, 15457 Euclid Av.. E. Cleveland, O.
Baich, Mildred Ann. 1253 California Av.. Akron, O.
Bailey, Virginia Isobel, 1619 19th St.. NE. Canton. O.
Bajgrowicz, Frank Samuel. 4017 Pershing Av.. Parma, O.
Baker, F'red Gifford, 176 Depot Road. Strongsville. O.
Baker. Joyce Evangeline. 1000 Concord Av., SW. Canton, O.
Baker. Margaret Amelia. 444 Mvrtle St.. Ravenna, O.
Baker, Margaret Elizabeth, RFD 2. Ravenna. O.
Baker, Robert Minor, 176 Depot St.. Strongsville. O.
Baker. Violet Sarah. 1350 Wooster Road, W., Barberton, O.
Baltzell, Mary Mae. Box 242, Magnolia, O.
Bamberger. Catherine Louise. 3309 W. Tuscarawas St., Canton, O.
Bancroft, Anna Jlae, 47 S. Crandon Av., Niles. O.
Banfield. ^I. Kemp, 1001 Logan Av.. Toronto. O.
Barber, Irene, 2373 Professor St., Cleveland. O.
Barbuto. James Vito. 232 Arch St., Akron. O.
Bardelline, Catherine Antoinette. 214 Hollywood Blvd., Steubenville,
Barker, Gene, 137 Front Av., New Philadelphia, O.
Barnes, Thelma Louise, Bo.x 247, Brilliant, O.
Barzan, Marie Louise, Piney Fork, O.
Baskin, Theodore. 2883 S. Moreland Blvd., Cleveland, O.
Bates, Mildred Clark, Rock Creek, O.
Batzli. Grace Leia, RFD 1, Salem. O.
Baynes. Dorothy L., 1325 Bellows St.. Akron, O.
Beach, Charmian Kathryn, 3050 W. Euclid Av., Detroit, Mich.
Beachy, James Jay, 428 W. Market St.. Wooster, O.
Beacom, Patricia Jane, 23 Wadsworth St., Randolph, N. Y.
Beall, Patricia Boyle, 63 Grand Ave., Akron.
Beaumont, Helen Louise, 610 S. Cherry St., Canton 2, O.
Beazel, George W., Beach City, O.
Beck, Lillie Bell. 700 Jaycox Road. Avon Lake, O.
Beck. Ruth Anna. 1358 Maryland Av., SW, Canton, O.
Becker. Janice Marhofer, 181 Oak Road, Stow, O.
Becker, William Frank. 979 Sawyer St., Akron. O.
Beduhn. Marietta, 3016 Woodbury Rd.. Shaker Hgts., O.
Beebe, Gilbert Leon, Rockingham Road, Mentor, O.
Beery, Wayne Edwin. 711 LaFayette St., Ravenna, O.
Behrend. Richard. 242 E. Erie St.. Kent, O.
Beier. Nancy Jane. RFD 4. Box 666. Akron, O.
Beight. Paul Frederick. High St.. Petersburg. O.
Bendel. Warren Lee, 811 Cleveland Road, Ravenna, O.
Bender. Betty Feidler. 746 Grove Av.. Kent, O.
Benton. James E.. Western Reserve Road, Poland, O.
Benton. Marilyn Mona. RFD 1. Burton, O.
Berkey, Barbara Marie, 1450 Shorb Av., NW, Canton, O.
Berman. Civia. 12315 Fairport. Cleveland. O.
Berry. Janet Margaret. 445 W. Virginia Av.. Sebring. O.
Best, Alice Naomi, 1216 15th St.. NW. Canton, O.
Beverly, Harriet Hungerford, Box 2643 Firestone Sta.. Akron, O.
Bientz, Eleanore Jean, Box 484, Darrowville, O.
Bishop, Shirley Jean, 3151 Scarborough Road, Cleveland, O.
Bittinger. Lois Evelyn, Box 820, RFD 1. Akron, O.
Bixler, Ruth Irene, 203 Mercier St.. Louisville. O.
Black, Grace Anna, 904 North Av., NE, Massillon, O.
Black, Jeanne, 1479 Canadian Av., Akron, O.
Blair, Jean Elizabeth, 346 W. Cambridge St.. Alliance, O.
Blood, Shirley Jean. Bank St., Conneaut, O.
Boccia. Josephine Ann. 15 Beaver St., Niles. O.
Boedeker, Clara, 2965 Silver Lake Blvd., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Boesger, Geraldine Lillian, 23000 Lorain St.. N. Olmsted. O.
Bolender. Barbara Elizabeth. 824 Auburn Place, NW, Canton, O.
Boney, Lila Jean, RFD 3. Lowell. O.
Borosky. William Edward. RFD 1, Box 336, Niles, O.
Borsenberger, Anne Conley, E. Lisbon St., Waynesburg, O.
Borsenberger. Nancy Mary, E. Lisbon St., Waynesburg, O.
Bosnia, Grace, RFD 2, Garrettsville, O.
Bower, Eleanor Martha. RFD 1, Creston. O.
Boyer, Joyce E.. 128 N. Monroe St., Fremont, O.
Boyle, Cora Gene, RFD 2, Alliance, O.
Braham. Thomas S., 1773 Cleveland Av.. Canton, O.
Brandt. Carol Margaret, 11601 Carolina Road, Cleveland, O.
Brandt, Martha A., 611 Lafayette, Niles, O.
Brannon. Mary, Akron, O.
Bright. Elberta, 156 Brooklyn Av.. Canton. O.
Brillhart, Gladys Pauline. 1636 25th St,. Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Brock, Jeanette Beatrice, 2644 Loop Road. Cleveland. O.
Broemsen, Betty Irene, 1409 2nd St., NE. Canton. O.
Bronson, Kathleen, 287 Moreland Av.. Stow, O.
Brooks, Bruce Edward, 93 Melrose St., Rochester 11, New York
Broughton, Leone Rose, Chardon, O.
Brown, Betty Katherine, 916 E. 44th St., Cleveland, O.
Brown, Josephine Edna, Middlefield, O.
Brown, Margaret Jean, 354 Marguerite Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Brown, Martha Anna, 1559 E. 196th St., Euclid, O.
Brumbaugh, Elmer I., 726 E. Spruce St., Ravenna, O.
Buchanan, Marjorie Enieline, RFD 1, Ravenna, O.
Bunt, Mary, 2597 W. 11th St.. Cleveland, O.
Burkhardt. Dona Mae, 3168 Goldengate Av., Rocky River, O.
Burkhardt. Dona May, 243 Highland Av., Kent, O.
Burton. Leota Huldah, W. Farmington, O.
Bush, Lucy Lee, Darrowville, O.
Bush, Margaret Louise, 345 Monterey St., Highland Park, Michigan,
Bushman, Eileen Louise, 268 Ida Av., Akron, O.
Buss. Edna Marian. Lowrie Blvd., Northfield, O.
Bussard, Janice Loretta, Leetonia, O.
Caldwell. Maijorie Jane. Everett. O.
Caligiure, Patrick, 2369 S. Taylor Road, Cleveland Hgts, O.
Canner, Frances Louise. 247 Broadway E., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Carano, Hilda, 327 Penhale Av., Campbell, O.
Carder, Marjorie Shirley. 472 Windsor St., Marion, O.
Cardinal. Helen Clara. 166 E. Oregon Av., Sebring, O.
Carey, Jeanne Irene, 1509 Ohio Av., Ashtabula, O.
Cariotti, Frank, Jr.. 15522 Clifton Blvd., Lakewood, O.
Carlson, Betty Jean, RFD 1, Box 558. Akron. O.
Carlson, Florence Cordelia, RFD I, N. Canton. O.
Carlson. Helen Mary. 6902 Clinton Av., Cleveland, O.
Carman. Edwina June, 808 Daniels St., Toronto. O.
Carpenter. Narcia Winifred. E. Cuyahoga Valley Blvd., Peninsula,
Carpinella, Frank Anthony, 1720 Stark Av., SW, Canton, O.
Carson, Charlotte Celeste, 1143 Oregon Av., Steubenville, O.
Carter, Phyllis Delores. 307 Passadena Av.. Youngstow^n. O.
Cartwright. Frank Thomas. 595 W. Ohio Av.. Sebring, O.
Case. Betsy Ann. 19 Linwood Terrace, Buffalo, N. Y.
Cavoulas. Mamie. 2010 Sheffield Road. Aliquippa. Penna.
Cerin. Pauline Josephine, 14014 Westropp Av.. Cleveland. O.
Cevasco. Evelyn Margaret. 1194 Woodward Av.. Akron, O.
Chacopulos.- Mary Jane. 117 E. Church St.. Gallon, O.
Chalmers. Dorothy. 343 High St.. Kent. O.
Chamberlin. Elaine Edel. 2553 Edgerton Av.. Cleveland Hgts., O.
Chapes, Helen E., 2910 Kent Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Chiverton. Shirley J.. 446 High St.. Sharon, Penna.
Christian. Thelma Wharton. 295 Ruckel Road. Akron, O.
Christman. Ruth Carol. 514 Cleveland St.. Elyria, O.
Cian, Viola Lucille. 1136 Cleveland Av.. SW. Canton. O.
Cirbes. Jean Mae. 5705 Vandalia Av., Cleveland, O.
Clapp, Florence Althea. RFD 1. c/o Mrs. Bietz, Kent, O.
Clark. Betsy Ann, 335 Oak Knoll Av., Warren, O.
Clark. Florence. 4745 Linden Av.. RED 3, Canton. O.
Clark, James Herbert, 425 E. Summit St.. Kent, O.
Cleaver. Ruth Ann, 918 Florida Av.. Akron. O.
Clements. Joseph Lawrence, 103 Belmont Av., Niles, O.
Clevenger. Dorothy Louise. RFD 3. Barberton. O.
Cobb, Nelson J., 1421 Beardsley Av.. Akron. O.
Cogan. Veragrace Snyder. Bo.--: 143 Lakemore, O.
Coia. James Carmen, 161 E. Spruce St.. Ravenna, O.
Coldiron, Bernard Delmont, 710 Madison Av., Akron, O.
Cole, Eleanor Marie, 119 Fairlawn Av., Wadsworth, O.
Cole, Gladys Grace, RFD 1, Columbia Station, O.
Cole. Marion, 14128 Superior Road, East Cleveland, O.
Collins, Marilou Sowash, 513 Heineman Blvd., Mansfield, O.
Colombin, Dolores Malinda, 464 Olive St., NE, Warren, O.
Compo, Gloria Frances, 1418 Ardoon Road, Cleveland Hgts, O.
Cone. Richard Henry, Main St.. Perry. O.
Conklin. Doris Mae, RFD 2, Newton Falls, O.
Conroy, Cecelia Elizabeth, 730 Gage St.. Akron, O.
Conser, Russell L., 151 Wooster Av.. Strasburg. O.
Cook, Eleanor Elizabeth, RFD 6, Cleveland Road, Medina, O.
Cook, Jeanne Marie, 527 N. Willow St.. Kent, O.
Cook, Opal Tate, 525 N. Mantua, Kent, O.
Coolidge, Betty Jane. 318 E. Main St.. Kent, O.
Cooper, JIargaret Louise, RFD 2, Box 120, Kent. O.
Cooper. Marguerite Mae. 5240 Turney Road, Garfield Hgts., O.
Cordiar. Luella Dorothy Heupel, RFD 1, Akron, O.
Correll. Lorin Elton, RFD 3, Canton, O.
Corriveau, Margaret Louise, 14721 Clifton Blvd., Lakewood, O.
Cosentino, Augustine A., 203 Indianola Road, Youngstown, O.
Cowan. Ruth Marion. RFD 4, Ravenna, O.
Cox. Alice Eileen, RFD 1, Box 418, E. Akron 5, O.
Cox. Marilyn Elizabeth, 114 Marhofer Av.. Stow, O.
Crabbe, Marjorie Mary, 1017 Bloomfield Av., Akron, O.
Crandall. Sarah Jane, 565 Llpson St., Akron, O.
Crawford, Dorothy Jessie, 209 Harter Av., NW. Canton, O.
Crawford, L. Lucille. 2403 Harrisburg Road, NE, Canton, 0.
Creal. Margarette Jane, 10206 North Blvd., Cleveland, O.
Crisp, Betty Jane, 2233 Northwestern Blvd., Indianapolis Ind.
Croop, Martha Lee, Minerva-Alliance Road, Minerva, O.
Cropp. John Lewis. Holloway. O.
Crotty, Donald Delaney, 27 Brown Place, Harrison, N. Y.
Crotty, Myra Witt, 27 Brown Place, Harrison, N. Y.
Crotty. Robert Godfrey, 27 Brown Place. Harrison, N. Y.
Crouse, Eleanor Mae, North Lima, O.
Crown. Arline Roberta, 1550 E. 13th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Currier, Ruth Carolyn, RFD 2, Henrietta, Oberlin, O.
Curry, Margaret Juliann, 1605 Preston Av., Akron, O.
Dachtler, Robert W.. RFD 82. Macedonia. O.
Daniels, Harry Waller, 2111 15th St.. Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Danyluke. Alice, 405 E. Dewey St., Youngstown, O.
Danze, Samuel, RFD 1, Mingo Junction. O.
Darby. VanBuren. Windham, Ohio
Darst, Marian Jane, 800 14th St., NW. Canton, O.
Davey, Mable King, 422 Park Av.. Kent. O.
Davies, William Frederick, 2414 Tuscarawas, W., Canton, O.
Davis, Arthur Franklin, F"enton Av.. Mogadore, O.
Davis, Helen Josephine, RFD 1. Salineville, O.
Davis, Irene Ellen, 1733 Second St.. SE. Canton, O.
Davis, Norma Lee, Boston, O.
Day. Ethel Marie. 223 S. Walnut, Ravenna, O.
Deal. Ruth Altmann, 317 College Av., Kent, O.
Decker, Faith. West Richfield. O.
Delaney, Thelma Jean, RFD 2, Carrollton, O.
Dellefield. Ruth Cornelia. RFD 2, Huron, O.
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DePompei, Jean Marie, 809 Broadway, Bedford, O.
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Dial, Bertha Lois, Randolph, O.
Dick, Hayward, 168 Rosalyn Drive, Youngstown, O.
Dickson. Loretta Jean, RFD 1, Everett, O.
Dieckmann, Bette Jane, 17721 Cleveland Road, Cleveland, O.
Diefenbach, Doris Mae, 60 Miller Road, Brecksville, O.
Dillon, Howard Alden, 1839 19th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Dilts, Marion Suzanne, 1392 Irene Road, Lyndhurst, O.
DiMinno. Eleanor, 919 Liberty Av., SE, Canton, O.
Dippel, Martha Ann, 12555 Lake Av., Lakewood, O.
Dispenza, Helen Mary, 173 Chestnut St., Wadsworth, O.
Dixon, Marie Cecile. Box 463, Kent, O.
Doherty, Patricia Ann, 6404 Meadowbrook Av., Cleveland, O.
Domiter, Anne Therese, 12008 Detroit Av., Lakewood, O.
Doroslow, Olga Lynn, 866 Sumner St., Akron, O.
Dotson, James L., 313 Thompson St., E. Liverpool, O.
Douglass, Esther Louise, 1011 Vine St., Kent, O.
Douglass. Josephine Grant, 1011 Vine St., Kent, O.
Downward, Mervin Ray, 1812 2nd St., SE, Canton, O.
Duffner, Betty Jean. Box 53, Ontario, O.
Dunkinson, AnnaMarie. 165 Liberty Road, Stow, O.
Dunlap, Bonivere Edith, 115 E. Indiana Av., Sebring, O.
Dunn. Kathryn Emily, RFD 3, Ashtabula, O.
Dunn, Roy S., Clinton, O.
Durbrow, Katherine Louise, J60 Elm Road, Stow, O.
Dussell, Richard Wayne, 214 Crain Av., Kent, O.
Ealy, Arlene Avonelle, 248 Malacca St., Akron, O.
Earnest, Hazell Marie, 266 Myrtle St., Ravenna, O.
Edwards, Almarie Augusta, 227 Louisiana Av., Lorain, O.
Edwards, Anna Louise, 475 19th St., NW, Massillon, O.
Edwards, Dorothy Jane, 455 Carlyle St., Newcomerstown, O.
Ellen, Frances, 354 W. Main St., Kent, O.
Ellis, Fred Bruce, Chagrin Falls, O.
Ellwood, Betty Josephine, Tuscarawas, O.
Erricson, Ruth Velma, 1406 Franklin Av., Cincinnati, O.
Espenschied, Lois E., S. Prospect, Hartville, O.
Etz, John Burdette, 168 E. Graham Road, Stow, O.
Evans, James William, 126 Neighbor St., Newcomerstown, O.
Evelyn, Maxine Janice, 761 Elma St., Akron, O.
Everiss, Marion Elaine, RFD 1, Litchfield, O.
Eversole, Ruth Elaine, 298 W. Long St., Akron, O.
Farrell, Jean, 5478 Grasmere Av., Maple Hgts, O.
Farrell, Mary Lou, Churchill Road, Lisbon, O.
Farres, George Shickry, 523 Rutger St., Utica, N. Y.
Faulds, Betty Bell, 1721 Coit Av., Cleveland, O.
Faust. Dolores Mae, Gen. Del., Mansfield, O.
Faust, Felice Marie, 243 E. Summit, Kent, O.
Faust, Nita Rose, 243 E. Summit, Kent, O.
Featheringham, Lois Mae, 3420 Brookview Blvd., Parma, O.
Fee, Marian Alice, 471 Alpha Av., Akron, O.
Fehndrich, Fern Faye, 103 N. Mad Anthony St., Millersburg, O.
Feicht, Edra June, Rural Route 5, Salem, O.
Feller, Betty Louise, Box 134. Middlebranch, O.
Fellows, Evelyn Marie, 10320 Ostend Av., Cleveland, O.
Fenko, Edward Andrew, 1538 Buhur Av., Cleveland, O.
Fenton, Carol Joan, W^. Lakeland Av., Akron, O.
Fergueson, Betty Jean, 711 High Av., SW, Canton, O.
Fertig, Jean Marietta, 2054 Lewis Drive, Lakewood, O.
Feucht, Wilma Dorothy, 1871 12th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Fields, Shirley Lillian, 2059 15th St., Cuyahoga Falls, 0.
Filler, Mary jane, 393 S. Lincoln St., Salem, O.
Fish, Betsy Ann, 27th St., NE, Massillon, O.
Flegel, Betty Mae, 38 Swanger Av., Mansfield, O.
Flesher, Barbara Ann, RFD 1, Kent, O.
Fletcher, James June, 812 Terrace Road, NW, Canton, O.
Flickinger, Dare Sinclair, RFD, Seville, O.
Flint, Gunvor Luella, 121 S. Chestnut St., Kent, O.
Fogelsong, Thomas Neal, 1824 15th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Force, Audrey Maiibelle, RFD 1, Ravenna, O.
Fornshell, Audrie Jean, 629 E. Main St., Kent, O.
Fornshell, Georgia Ann, 629 E. Main St., Kent, O.
Forsberg, Martha Elizabeth, 800 Forest Av. SW, Canton, O.
Fouse, Betty Jean, 531 Jefl^erson St., Newell, W. Va.
Franck, Ardath Amond, 231 S. Willow, Kent, 0.
Franck, Frederick Mack, 231 S, Willow, Kent, O.
Frank, James Russell, 562 E. Riddle St., Ravenna, O.
Frericks, Marilyn Louise, 14416 Alder Av., East Cleveland, O.
Friedland, Marshall B., 527 W. Hopocan Av., Barberton, O.
Froelich, Marguerite Y'vonne, 160 Brooklyn Av., SW, Canton, O.
Frye, Caroline Mae, 1415 High St., Fairport Harbor, O.
Frye, Kenneth Bauer, E. Maple St., Ext., North Canton, O.
Fugman, Harold William, RFD 1, Aurora Station, O.
Fulkerson, Betty Ann, 2660 Derbyshire Road, Cleveland Hgts., O.
Fuqua, Mary Jane, Baltic, O.
Galay, Catherine, Box 306, Porter St., Malvern, O.
Galloway, Edith Mae, 1777 Lexington Av., NW, Warren, O.
Gambacinni, Sue, 339 Harris St., Kent, O.
Garbett, Rosemary, 411 Prospect St., Minerva, O.
Gardner, Violet Janko, 631 Fernwood Drive, Akron, O.
Garrett, Reycine, 12222 Taft Av., Cleveland, O.
Garrison, Betty Lou, RFD 3, Box 25, E. Akron, O.
Geiser, Daniel Irvin, N. Main St., Dunkirk, O.
Gerasmakis, Catherine, 11 Gordon Av., Campbell, O.
Gerber, Dorothy Alice, Winchester Road, Decatur, Ind.
Gerber, Miriam Dawn, S. Main St., Uniontown, O.
Gerber, Warren Willis, 871 S. Haines St., Alliance, O.
German, Beatrice Virginia, 1416 Saratoga, SW, Canton, O.
Gick, Thelma, 671 E. 96th St., Cleveland, O.
Gilcrest, Dorothy Anne, RFD 1, Irondale, 0.
Gilcrest, Philip Norman, RFD 1, Irondale, O.
Gilcrest, Miriam Ruth, RFD 1, Hartville, O.
Gill, June Eileen, RFD 4, Ravenna, O.
GiUiss, Thelma Lena, 1561 Homewood Av., SE., Warren, O.
Gilmore, Jeanne Evelyn, 1422 25th St., NW, Canton, O.
Girvin, Betty Marie, 1955 Grand Av., Dayton, O.
Gisninger, Wanda Mae, 549 Tallmadge Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Glaser, Lois Helene, RFD 1, Mentor, O.
Glaze, Jeanne Louise, Copley, O.
Gluck, Jessie Adelaide, Minerva, O.
Gnant, Blanche, Helen, 12718 Griffing Av., Cleveland, O.
Gold, Juanita Harriett, RFD 1, Little Valley, N. Y.
Goldie, Virginia Nancy, 264 Kenilworth Drive, Akron, O.
Gomez, Ricardo Pagan, Melina 100, Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Goncher, Jean Enid, 14109 Orinoco Av., East Cleveland, O.
Good, Helen Dodd, 4371 Lee Highway, Arlington, Va.
Goodwin, Genevieve Ann, 125 Prospect St., Dover, O.
Gosnell, Alberta Lois, 122 E. Kline St., Girard, O.
Gossett, Betty Jean, 847 National Road, Bridgeport, O.
Gott, Virginia Mae, 910 Prospect St., NW, Warren, O.
Gradolph, Laurel, 182 Oak Road, Stow, O.
Grafif, Barbara Susan, 654 Carpenter St., Akron, O.
Grandy, Helen Lura, Summit Lake, Greenwich, N. Y.
Granquist, Marian Arline, 1719 Burgess Road, Cleveland, O.
Grant, Carole, Fulton, N. Y.
Gray, Doris Irene, 417 Myrtle St., Ravenna, O.
Gray, Kathleen Juanita, 417 Myrtle St., Ravenna, O.
Green, Charlotte Louise, 402 E, Main St., Kent, O.
Green, Dorothy Marie, S. Maple Av., Orville, O.
Greene, Barbara I., Wright St., Box 164, Kingsville, O.
Greeneisen, Berdene Mae, RFD 1, Beloit, O.
Greenw^ald, Charles Edward. 136 E. Main St., Ravenna, O.
Gregory, Margaret Ann Wilson, 130 Highland, Ravenna, O.
Griffith, Betty Ann, 136 Aleadowbrook Av., Youngstown, O.
Griffiths, Robert Carl, 326 S. Lincoln, Kent, O.
Grill, Jane, 624 Henry St., Toronto, O.
Grodach, Dorothy, 4237 E. 98th St., Cleveland, O.
Grube, Roberta Ann, 2533 Reid Av., Lorain, O.
Grundy, Dixie Jean, 565 Kent Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Guise, Emogene, RFD 3, Kent, O.
Guist, Jarry James, 801 Highland Road, NE, Canton 5, O.
Guist, Ryllis, 801 Highland Road, NE, Canton 5, O.
Gunkelman, .Joan, 533 S. Broadway, Medina, O.
Habinc, Emily Bertha, 542 E. 185th St., Cleveland, O.
Hafer, Regina Rose, 533 E. Cambridge St., Alliance, O.
Haines, Mary Elizabeth, 2437 9th St., NW, Canton, O.
Hakundy, Norma, 74 Merchants Av., Ashtabula, O.
Hall, Alice Crow, 324 S. Willow, Kent, O.
Hall, Mary Anna, Kitts, Hill, O.
Halpin, Joan Helene, 2582 7th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Haluska, Bertha. RFD 2, Burton, O.
Hanna, Anna Rita, 1839 Williams St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Hannum, Zoe Louise, RFD 1, Kent, O.
Harding, Doris Evelyn, RFD 2, New Philadelphia, O.
Harenski, Doris Mae, 7714 Stone Road, Independence, O.
Harriss, Betty Virginia, Center St., Garrettsville, O.
Harsch, Jeanette Loretta, 503 First St., NE, Massillon, O.
Harsha, Marilyn Ruth, 213 W. Riddle St., Ravenna, O.
Hartley, Violet E., 269 Madison St., Ravenna, O.
Hartline, James William, RFD 1, Strasburg, O.
Havre, Caroline H., 520 E. Riddle St., Ravenna, O.
Hawk, Alyce, 525 E. Main St., Kent, O.
Hawk, John Francis, Strasburg, O.
Hawkins, Wanda Mae, 946 S. Freedom, Alliance, O.
Hayne, Jayne Frances, 347 E. Tallmadge Av., Akron, O.
Heben, Bettie Jayne, 920 9th St., NE, Massillon, O.
Heck, Lucille Beth, E. Palestine, O.
Heighberger, Alice Genevieve, Box 44, Sharon Center, O.
Heintz, Geraldine, 1813 Carter Av., Akron, O.
Henderson, Alice Rebecca, 13425 Shaw Av., East Cleveland, O.
Henry, Arthur Richard, 4149 E. 120th St., Cleveland, O.
Hensel, Irma Louise, Hubbard Road, Madison, O.
Herbert, Ada Lee, 882 Ashland Av., Akron, O.
Hess, Betty Gene, 1078 6th Av., Akron 6, O.
Hewitt, Marie Eldora, 1762 N. Taylor Road, East Cleveland, O.
Hightree, Mildred Carolyn, RFD 2, North Road, Warren, O.
Hilbig, Thelma Louise, 2019 Weston Av., Y'oungstown, O.
Hildebrand, Elinore, RFD 1, Lisbon, O.
Hill, Jean Alice, 9794 Newton Av., Cleveland, O.
Himebaugh, Raymond Floyd, E. Maple St., Hartville, O.
Himelrigh, Hazel Pauline, RFD 3, Barberton, O.
Hindley, Frances Joan, RFD 1, Willard, O.
Hobensack, Bertha Alice, 2149 10th St., SW, Akron, O.
Hobensack, John D., 2149 10th St., SW, Akron, O.
Hoehn, Ruth Elizabeth, 716 Mercer Av., NE, Warren, O,
Hoffman, Mary Ellen, 132 Carpenter St., Wellington, O.
Hohenshil, Martha Marie, RFD 1, West Salem, O.
Holloway, Betty Louise, 1332 Hayden Av., East Cleveland, O.
Holloway, Helen Louise, 19985 Westover Av., Rocky River, O.
Hoobler, Helen Mae, 709 Washington Av., Louisville, O.
Hoover, Dorothy Ailene, 195 Indianola Road, Y'oungstown, O.
Hopewell, Glenna Mae, 1867 Elyria Av., Lorain, O.
Hopick, Dorothy Irene, Orwell, O.
Hopkins, Dorothy Augusta, 9806 Harvard Av., Cleveland, O.
Hornbeck, Patricia Louise, 1124 Hayne Road, East Akron 5, O.
Horner, Ruth Marie, 469 W. Harrison St., Alliance, O.
Horning, Paul J., 1448 E. Cleveland St., Salem, O.
Hosa, M. Florence Bobby, 243 Chestnut St., Struthers, O.
Hosfeld, Marjorie Gertrude, Fredericksburg, O.
Hostetler, Robert Neil, 216 W. 1st St., Strasburg, O.
Howard, Ruth Edna, RFD 2, Ashtabula, O.
Howell, Ruth Elizabeth, 6715 Ouimby Av., Cleveland, O.
Hoy, Elizabeth Regina, Schady Road, Olmsted Falls, O.
Hudkins, James Guy, 2772 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Hudson, Alice Louise, 1945 Cook St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Hudson, John William, 116 Streetsboro St., Hudson, O.
Huffman, Joy Isabel. RFD 7, North Canton, O.
Hum, Phyllis Logan, 136 Garfield Av., East Palestine, O.
Humphrey, Dorothy Jean, 53 Cummings Av., Geneva, O.
Husa, George Thomas, 7314 Fullerton Av., Cleveland, O.
Huston, Maryee Camer, 1887 2nd St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Huth, Juanita June, RFD 1, Kent, O.
Hutt, Sara, Kent, O.
Infield, Miriam Lenora, 726 High Av., Sharon, Penna.
Ingham, Marjorie Ann, 845 Bryce Road, Kent, O.
Inscho, George Edwin, Jr., 134 S. Eagle St., Geneva, O.
Irons, Janet Louise, Barton Road, North Olmsted, O.
Ishii, Marion Kaoru, Tule-Lake Project WRA Newell, Cal.
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of the faculty and
students at K.S. U.
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Jack, John Robert, Main St., Dillonvale, O.
Jackson, Eugene George, 220 New St., Fairport Harbor, O.
Jackson, William, 2587 Pa.xton St., Akron, O.
Jacobs, Jeanne Florence, 624 Chestnut Blvd., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Jacobs, Martha Ruth, 725 Dale Av., Willard, O.
Jacobs, Paul Clare, East High St., Mantua, O.
Jansen, Camilla, Ann, 2073 Bunts Road, Lakewood, O.
Jayred, Janis Lee, RFD 3, Madison, O.
Jelinek, Margery Louise, 11210 Langton Av., Garfield Hgts., 0.
Jenkins, Norma Lee, 520 N. Bentley Av., Niles, O.
Jessel, Marian Helen, 3910 Robert Av., Cleveland, O.
Jewell, Lois Virginia, 505 N. Zane Highway, Martins Ferry, O.
Johnson, Dollie Anne, 333 Dodge St., Kent, O.
Johnson, Betty, 455 W. Church St., Newcomerstown, O.
Johnson, Ethel May, 144 S. Mantua St., Kent, O.
Johnson, Franklin Lee, Box 105, Belle Valley, O.
Johnson, Henrietta, 333 Dodge St., Kent, O.
Johnson, Irvin George, 454 Robbins Av., Niles, O.
Johnson. Kenn Harvey, Diamond, O.
Johnson, Mary Lou, 734 E. Highland Av., Ravenna, O.
Johnson, Mayo Crew, Palmyra Center, Diamond, O.
Johnston, Henry Nusley, 1505 Cleveland Av., NW, Canton, O.
Jones, Dorothy Mae, 19985 Westover, Rocky River, O.
Jones, Esme Amelia, 3300 E. 93rd St., Cleveland, O.
Jones, Julia Mable. RFD 1, Diamond, O.
Jones, Margaret Irene, Box 144, Malvern, O.
Jones, Margaret Isabel, 874 \V. Spruce St., Ravenna, O.
Jones, Vera Graf, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Juch, Julianne, 648 West Main St., Newark. O.
Juszli, Mary X., 173 Arthur St., Barberton, O.
Kallstrom, Louise Norma, 1756 2nd St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Kane, Estelle Marie, 836 W. Housatonic St., Pittsfield, Mass.
Kane, Mary Edna, 252 Lawrence Av., NE, Warren, O.
Karipides, Ruby, 1327 Ohio Av., NE, Canton, O.
Kaufos, Marie, 1627 Spring Av., NE, Canton, O.
Keep, Beverly Jean. Dorset, O.
Keith, Margaret Marie, 1817 Noble Av., RFD 3, East Cleveland, O.
Kelbaugh, Irene Norma, 2716 Tifft St.. Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Keller, Walter Trustin, 1700 Maywood Road, S. Euclid, O.
Kemp, Phyllis Joann, 1497' Goodyear Blvd., Akron, O.
Kennedy, Jane Louise, 602 N. Mantua, Kent, O.
Kepner, Margaret Evelyn, Nutwood, O.
Kerby, Marie Romayne, 33 Grand Av., Akron, O.
Kern, Ralph Girrard, 1579 Englewood Av., Akron, O.
Kessler, Gloria Jean, 312 Winckles St., Elyria, O.
Keyser, Dorothy Mae, 1464 Hollywood, Warren, O.
Keyser, Martha Louise, P. O. Box 301, Shadyside, O.
Kidd, Emma JIaxine, RFD 1, Niles, O.
Kimberlin, Betty Jean, RFD 2, Orrville, O.
Kime, Madge Elaine, RFD 1, N. Fairfield, O.
King, William Richard. 16 E. Woodland Av., Niles, O.
Kinney, James Franklin, 1525 Byron Av., SW, Massillon, O.
Kinney, Marjorie Louise, Box 234, McConnellsville, O.
Kintner, Donald James, Paris, O.
Kistler, Jean Marilyn, 631 Crain Av., Kent, O.
Klein, Elizabeth Pauli, 1831 Heintz Ave., Modisto, Cal.
Klein, Margaret, East Main St., New Waterford, O.
Kline, Ruth Elinor, Mercer Road, New Brighton, Penna.
Klika, Helen Marie, 5233 Clement Av.. Maple Hgts., O.
Klitz, Lois Charlotte, 1234 Marlow Av., Lakewood, O.
Kneblewicz, Eleanore A., 6203 Heisley Av., Cleveland, O.
Knisley, Norma Marilyn, RFD 2, Hartville, O.
Knox, Beryl Thelma, 1674 Palmyra Road, Warren, O.
Koehler, Harriett May, 3245 E. llSth St., Cleveland, O.
Kohr, Dortha Ellen, Middlebranch. O.
Kolbl, Louis Lewis, 1625 2nd St., NE, Canton, O.
Kolk, Helen Antoinette, 4595 Warner Road, Cleveland, O.
Komives, Neva Krupp, RFD 2, Lorain, O.
Koprivnik, Frances Virginia, RFD 1, Doylestown, O.
Korte, Edith Marion, 426 E. Arndale Road. Stow, O.
Krause, Donna Kathleen, 410 Oakgrove St., Ravenna, O.
Krusko, Vilma Mary, 9321 Orleans Av., Cleveland, O.
Kuhns, Vivian Kaye, 143 W. Simpson St., Alliance, O.
Kulazenka, Michael, RFD 1, Bellaire, O.
Kuntz, Samuel, RFD Williamsfield, O.
Kuntzleman, Emma Jean, 544 Orchard St., Barberton, O.
Labady, Wilma Austin, RFD 6, Akron, O.
Lack, Ruth White, Kent, O.
LaDu, Catherine Wilson, Austinburg, O.
Lafaye, Ruth Galloway, RFD 3, Box 327, Kent, O.
Lambert, Phyllis Mae, Terry Road, Hudson, O.
Lambird, Nancy Jean. 45 Lakeside Drive, Lakemore, O.
Laniparski, Cecelia Mary, 1532 Bryan Av., .SW, Canton, O.
Langmead, Lois Ada, 12525 Maplerow Av., Cleveland, O.
Larsen, Laverne Emma, 1222 Belrose Road, S. Euclid. O.
Lashley, Wanda Lena, 211 Hudson Road, Stow, O.
Lass, Robert Edward, 141 Lake St., Kent, O.
LaWand, Lorna Kathleen, 11911 Shadeland Av., Cleveland, O.
Lawrence, Grace Linda, RED 1, Orwell, O.
Leatherman, Nona Jean, High St., Lodi, O.
Lee, Amy Marie, Peninsula, O.
Lee, Helen, 1745 Market St., Youngstown, O.
Lee, Isabel, 1745 jMarket St., Youngstown. O.
Leech, Fredricka Bruner, 437 N. Wood St., Fremont, O.
Leffler, Irene A., 820 Dayton St., Akron, O.
Leist, Marvin Andrew, RFD 2, Kent, O.
Leister, Jean Elizabeth, 2431 Lincoln Way, E., Massillon, O.
Lemley, Grace Elizabeth, 83 Kenilworth Drive, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Lemponen, Marian Rose, 1017 W. 51st St., Ashtabula, O.
Lengacher, Robert Dean, Maple St., Sugarcreek, O.
Lenner, Jean Naomi, 511 Aqueduct, Akron, O.
LeRoy, Dorothy Jane, RFD 2, Ravenna, O.
Leuenberger, Shirley Mae, 1937 High St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Lewandowski, Yvonne Mae, 3744 E. 71st St., Cleveland, O.
Lewis, Harold Kenneth, RFD 2, Kent, O.
Lighten, Eleanor June, 122 5th St., SW, New Philadelphia, O.
Limber, Joanne Irene, 2765 Hudson Drive, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Linder, Carol Jean, 144 Wheeling Av., Wellington, O.
Linder, Shirley Elaine, 337 Virginia Av,, Louisville, O.
Lintner, George Edward, 1075 Harpster Av., Akron, O.
Logan, Calvin Earl, 1265 Ramona Av., Lakewood, O.
Lohrke, Rae Ellen, 2030 Tate Av., Cleveland, O.
Lombardo, Dorothy Marie, 2047 E. 115th St., Cleveland, O.
Lombardo, Edith Ann, 2047 E. 115th St., Cleveland, O.
Long, Bernilou, 32 Lucy St., Sharon, Penna.
Long, Evelyn Elizabeth, 765 E. Main St., Ravenna, O.
Long, Lillie Jane, 404 N. High St., CarroUton, O.
Long, Martha Lou, 2155 8th St., Akron, O.
Looney, Bernice Irene, 1080 Raymond St., NW, Warren, 0,
Lorson, Violet Musser, RFD 2, Marshallville, O.
Loudon, Velois Elane, Hanoverton, O.
Love, Kenyon D., 3023 Cleveland Av., N., Canton, O.
Love, Lenore Wolman, 3023 Cleveland Av., N., Canton, O.
Lower, Marion Elizabeth, 202 E. Oak St,, Kent, O.
Lukens, Coralie Dene, RFD 3, Kent, O.
Lupan, Olga, 2492 Thurman Av., Cleveland 13, O.
Luthy, Mary Joan, 543 Vine St., Kent, O.
Lux, Martha Rose, 212 Tyler Ave.. SE, Canton, O.
Lynch, Mary Jane, 2121 Ohio Av., Youngstown, O.
Lynch, Shirley Mae, 8931 Meridan Av., Cleveland. O.
Lyon, Miriam Olga, 163 Hudson Road, Stow, O.
MacDonald, Josephine lone, 311 Park Av., Kent. O.
MacDonald, Rose Wright, 628 E. Summit St., Kent, O.
MacLearie, Mildred, RFD 1, Ravenna, O.
McArtor, Elizabeth Louise, 628 N. Willow St., Kent, O.
McCarthy, Bernice Agnes, 509' Crosby St., Akron, O.
McClaren, Mary Louise, 144 Edgewood Drive, Stow, O.
McClary, Grace Elinor, 542 Rockwell St., Kent, O.
McClure, Jacqueline Roberta, 444 Perkins St., Akron 4, O.
McConnell, Laura Marie, RFD 4, Wellington, O.
McCord, Jeanne Smith, 167 Freedom St., Ravenna, O.
McCoy, Forest LaVerne, RFD 3, Wooster, O.
McCreary, Eva Jane, Box 75, Leesville, O.
McCue, Dorothy Jeanne, 923 S. Rockhill Av., Alliance, O.
McCue, Isabelle Jane, 210 Snyder Av., Barberton, O.
McDade, Agnes Rosalie, 1816 Knowles Av., E. Cleveland, O.
McDonald, Clara Ellen, 327 2nd St., SW, CarroUton, O.
McDowell, Barbara Ruth, 147 Bartley Av., Mansfield, O.
McKernan, Patricia Jane, 3121 W. 30th St., Cleveland, O.
McLaughlin, Marguerite Lillian, 186 Kent Road, Stow, O.
McManus, Leah May, RFD 1, New Milford, O.
McManus, Mary Colleen, 1024 23rd St., NW, Canton, O.
McMullen, Dorothy Faye, 282 Highland Av.. Wadsworth, O.
McNamee. Rosemary, 1824 Charles Road, East Cleveland, O.
McNutt, Nancy Mae, 327 Westmoreland Dr., 21, Snyder. N. Y.
McPherson, John Leon, 398 Cole Av., Akron, O.
Madar, Rita Maxine, RFD 2, Ravenna, O.
Madigan, Ann, 609 N. Mantua, Kent, O.
Manfrass, Ethel Mae, RFD 1, Kent, O.
Mann, Olive, 982 Riverview Av., NW, Warren, O.
Manuel, Ruth Arlene, 400 Bacon Av., Akron, O.
Marini, Livia J., 1547 Lake Park Blvd., Alliance, O.
Marra, Alba Josephine, Box 74, Summitville, O.
Marra, Ethel Mae, 1623 Sherrick Road, SE, Canton 4, O.
Marra, Leona Lee, Bo-x 74, Summitville, O.
Martin, Dorothy A., RFD 2, Greenfield, O.
Martin, Margaret Ann, RFD 2, Greenfield, O.
Martin, Mary Ann, 1830 Roxbury Road, East Cleveland, O.
Marto, Regina, 1021 Main Av., SW, Warren, O.
Marvin, Mary Dora, RFD 1, Mantua, O.
Matzenbach, Betty Jane, 332 Dryden Av., NW, Canton, O.
Maurer, Betty Jane, Fresno, O.
Maurer, Donna Jeane, 410 35th St., SE, Canton, O.
Maurer, Donna Marie, 2118 2nd St., SE, Canton, O.
Max, Rosemary, 784 Hudson Road, Stow, O.
Mayer, Beatrice Irene, 131 N. Clinton, Richwood, O.
Mayer, Blanche Irene, RFD 6, E. Maple St. Ext., N. Canton, O.
Mays, Grayce Marie (Majewski), 4740 Turney Road, Garfield Hgts., O.
Mead, Vivian Ivah, 41 Brittain Road, Akron, O.
Means, Robert Kelly, 2554 Berk Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Meek, Eleanor Lucile, RFD 1, Bucyrus, O.
Mellas, Marjorie Ann, 1441 10th St., NE, Canton, O.
Meloy, Edwin Lee, Freedom St., Garrettsville, O.
Merida, June Cameron, 9106 Parmelee Av., Cleveland, O.
Metyk, Michael, 2292 W. 5th St., Cleveland, O.
Meyer, Bettye Sue, 438 Earl Av., Kent, O.
Michel, Mary Elizabeth, Box 242, RFD 1, Kent, O.
Micheli, Anna, Box 42m RFD 8, Akron, O.
Midgley, Mary Ruth, RFD 6, Medina, O.
Mihok, Lydia, 3424 W. 130th St., Cleveland, O.
Miller, Claude Radcliffe, 1636 17th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Miller, Eleanor Patricia, 728 Noble Av., Akron 2, O.
Miller, Irene Peterson, 2023 12th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Miller, Margaret Ann, 158 Maple Av., Youngstown, O.
Miller, Mary Margaret, 307 5th Av., NW. Barberton, O.
Miller, Violet Marie, RFD 1, Ravenna, O.
Millhorn, Sara Isabel, RFD 4, Box 130, CarroUton, O.
Milton, Florence J., 4275 W. 143rd St., Cleveland, O.
Minch, Mary Morgan, RFD 1, Willoughby, O.
Mitchell, Lloyd A., RFD 2, Elberta St., Canton, O.
Miyao, Yasunobu, Rohwer Relocation Center, Jap — Rohwer, Arkansas.
Mizer, Eileen Marie, 221 Franklin Av., Mantua, O.
Moore, Donald Albert, 638 Vine St., Kent, O.
Moore, Lucy Edith, Box 294, Middlebourne, W. Va.
Moore, Mary Elvira, 10404 Cedar Av., Cleveland, O.
Moore, Roy Donald, 211 N. Willow St., Kent, O.
Moore, Robert James, 824 Aero Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Moore, Wilda Mary, 787 Diagonal Road, Stow, O.
Morabito. Rose Marie, 547 Bebb Av., SW, Massillon, O.
Morgan, Helen Lucille, Maple Av., Bridgeport, O.
Morris, Gloria Louise, 915 Rowe St., Akron, O.
Morris, Jean Louise, 215 E. Florida Av., Youngstown. O.
Morrison, Mary Irene, Fredericksburg, O.
Morrow, Janet Ruth, 2421 Walnut Blvd., Ashtabula, O.
Morsch, Kathryn Marie, 365 Warren Road, Newton Falls, O.
Morse, Marilyn June, .306 N. Willow St., Kent, O.
Mosely, Margaret Anna, 1917 E. 47th St., Ashtabula, O.
Mott, Edith Mary, 320 Harrison St., Barnesville, O.
MufTley, Hazel Phyllis, 11 Cherry St., Girard, O.
Mulac, Corrine Mat, 538 W. Cambridge, Alliance, O.
MuUins, Mary Patchin, 630 N. Water St., Kent, O.
Muntean, Rella, Box 143, Lisbon, O.
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Muranko, Donald Andrew, 17601 Puritas Av., Cleveland, O.
Murphey, Frances Burke, RFD 2, Hudson, O.
Murphy, Doris Abigail, 566 E. Euchtel Av., Akron, O.
Murphy, Milford Samuel, 315 N. Lincoln St., Kent, O.
Musser, Anna Belle, MarshallviUe, O.
Myers, Beverly Elaine, 828 Lincoln Way, NW, Massillon, O.
Myers, Frances Arlene, 1133 Park Av., SW, Canton, O.
Myser, Mary Hadsell, 1575 8th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Nadar, Evelyn Elizabeth, 11717 Buckeye Road, Cleveland, O.
Nagel, Gwendolyn Lizette, 1817 W. Madison St., Sandusky, O.
Nethero, Jean Delpha, 2410 Myrtle Av., NW., Canton, O.
Newcomb, Dorothy Ann, 972 Montford Road, Cleveland Hgts., O.
Newell, Patricia Ann, 234 Broadway, New Philadelphia, O.
Niblock, William Michael, 154 Vienna Av., Niles, O.
Nichols, Sarah Bettie, 705-B Box 162, Newton Falls, O.
Niedenthal, Jeanne Eileen, 212 2nd St., SW, Brewster, O.
Nippier, Robert William, 2761 Elmwood Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Norris, Helen Marie, 16 Jefferson Road, Ashtabula, O.
North, Shirley Mae, Wall Street, Ravenna, O.
Nuckols, Evelyn Georgia, 2203 Locust St., Texarkana, Ark.
O'Brien, Betty Ann, 3243 E. Market St., Warren, O.
Ocasek, Oliver Robert, Chaft'ee Road, Macedonia, O.
Ofthaus, Betty Louise, 118 Fairmount Av., Barberton, O.
Olson, Jean Marilyn, RFD 3, Box 38, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Ong. Elizabeth Jane, 2693 Hawthorne Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Orr, Nancy Ann, 167 Adaline Av., Stow, O.
Orr, Robert Donavin, N. Main St., Killbuck, O.
Osborne, Mary Anne, 402 N. DePeyster, Kent, O.
Oviatt, Ethel Mae, 200 Sherman St., Kent, O.
Paden, Ruth Marion, 704 Center St., Mentor, O.
Padrutt, Grace B_., RFD 2, Box 876, Akron 6, O.
Pamer, Rosemary Susanne, RFD 1, Burbank, O.
Papp, George Eugene, 1762 Wymore Av., East Cleveland, O.
Pardee, Bessie Katherine, 636 E. Graham Road, Stow, O.
Parker, Bonnie Mabel, Lake St., Kingsville, O.
Parker, Fannie Mae, Mt, Migs, Ala.
Parker, Lyda Elizabeth, RFD 1, Sherrodsville, O.
Parrish, Marline Evelyn, 2514 10th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Partee, Virginia Belle, Custar, O.
Pasku, Lucy Ann, 3018 Orrin Av,, Youngstown, O.
Pastircak, Dorothy, RFD 4, CarroUton, O.
Paterson, Betty Jane, 17906 Dillewood Road, Cleveland, O.
Patten, Lillian Gray, 240 Central Av., Newark, O.
Patterson, James Warren, 123 E. Broadway, Girard, O.
Patterson, i\Iarion Jane, 145 S. Prospect St., Kent, O.
Patterson, William John, 874 Elmore Av., Akron, O.
Paull, Carol Ann, 13523 Blenheim Road, Cleveland, O.
Peavy, Homer Louis, 310 Turner St., Akron, O.
Peoples, Kathryn Elizabeth, 616 W. Bank St., Uhrichsville, O.
Peltrey, Addie Margaret, 57 Dodge Av., Akron, O.
Pepper, Doris Jeanne, 807 Cadmus St., East Liverpool, O.
Peterson, John Arthur, i7Z N. Lyman St., Wadsworth, O.
Peterson, Paula Morrista, Elmwood Drive, Independence, O.
Petzel, Geraldine Jean, 8404 Jefferies Av., Cleveland 5, O.
Phares, Joanne Mary, i97 Firestone Blvd., Akron, O.
Phillips, Dorothy Ellen, Box 12e, North Industry, O.
Phillips, Edward Joseph, 223 View Court, Akron, O.
Phillips, Nadine Mae, 118 E. Ely St., Alliance, O.
Pierce, Mary Eloise Toops, 707 Polk Av., Akron, O.
Plotter, Elizabeth Erlley, 539 Ohio Av., Ravenna, O.
Pittman, Esther Elizabeth, RFD 1, Leonardsburg, O.
Pittman, Walter Elwood, 608 W. Spruce St., Ravenna, O.
PlaSj Clare Christine, Julian Street, Avon, O.
Plasterer, Helen M-, 528 S. Jefferson St., Huntington, Ind.
Piatt, Helen Olive, RFD 3, Kent, O.
Pletcher, Frances Eileen, RFD 3, Box 28-D., Akron, O.
Pochubay, Elsie Julia, RFD 2, Louisville, O.
Pochubay, Emma Mae, RFD 2, Louisville, O.
Poese, Joan Julie, 803 Grain Av., Kent, O.
Polansky, John George, 824 N. Mantua, Kent, O.
Polansky, Neva Kramer, 824 N. Mantua, Kent, O.
Poling, Nellie Kathryn, 320 Parkway Blvd., Barbei
Poole, Lois Irene, Uniontown, O.
Portal, Adeline Marie, 1104 Negley St., Farrell, Penna.
Pratt, Betty Joan, RFD 1, Box 484, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Price, Patricia Colta, 1077 Erie Cliff Drive, Lakewood, O.
Price, Phyllis Louisa, 33693 Lake Road, Avon Lake, 0.
Provo, Gay Joan, 469 Euclid Av., Wicklifte, O.
Pugh, Miriam Ruth, RFD 2, Mansfield, O.
Pugliese, Theresa Anna, 3366 W. 31st St., Cleveland, O.
Pujazon, Rose, 373 Belden Av., NE., Canton, O.
Puncheon, Donna Neva, 2824 7th St., NW, Canton, O.
Puncheon, Wanda Rae, 2824 7th St., NW, Canton, O.
Purdy, Mary Avonelle, 2325 12th St., Akron 14, O.
Purdy, Ruth Eleanor, 2325 12th St., Akron 14, O.
Puskar, Jane Anne, 549 Harvard Av., Barberton, O.
Quade, Harold LeRoy, Boyden Road, Macedonia, O.
Quigley, William Charles, 4 Wilson Av., Lakemore, O.
Ramsey, Alice, RFD 2, Warsaw, O.
Rapp, Mary Geraldine, 1529 8th Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Ray, Rosabelle Harriet, Box 38, Rock Creek, O.
Raymond, Caroljean Bayless, RFD 4, Alliance, O.
Raymond, Marilynn Georgiana, 248 Grant Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Raymont, Virginia Elizabeth, RFD 5, Medina, O.
Recht, Ruth Jane, 667 Wooster Road. W, Barberton, O.
Redmond, Joan Marilyn, 911 Grain Av., Kent, O.
Reinheimer, Ann Bacon, 132 N. Mantua St., Kent, O.
Reinheimer, Rev. John Bartel, 132 N. Mantua St., Kent, O.
Reiser, Edith E., 591 Madison Av., Akron, O.
Repede, Anne, 1346 Neptune Av., Akron, O.
Resteimeier, Gertrude Alice, 4351 E. 139th St., Garfield Hgts., O.
Rhoads, Betty Jeanne, 3819 Baypath Drive, Barberton, O.
Rhoads, Thelma June, 303 W. Elm St., Kent, O.
Ricci. Reno John, 241 W. Elm St., Kent, O.
Richards, Arnie Louise, 116 S. Lake St., Hamburg, N. Y.
Richards, Laura Luzerne, RFD 9, Kent, O.
Richardson, Jacqueline, 1416 Reid St., Lake Charles, La.
Richard, Myrtle Lucile, 232 Lyme St., Bellevue, O.
Rick, Helen Roberta, 134 University Drive, Kent, O.
Rickey, David Emerson, 122 W. Diamond, Ravenna, O.
Rieger, Ruth Helen, RFD 2, Dover, O.
Riggle, Blossom Arlene, 331 Union St., Columbiana, O.
Riley, Edith, RFD 1, Dover, O.
Riley, Effie Marcelleen, 332 E. 22nd St., Lorain, O.
Riley, Richard, RFD 1, Dover, O.
Ringgold, Dorothy June, RFD 2, Box 228, East Akron, O.
Rinkes, Betty Marie, 23 Elm St., Bridgeport, O.
Ritzman, Fayne Eileen, RFD 1, Mogadore, O.
Rivers, Irvin Lor in, 1391 Chippewa Av., Akron, O.
Roberto, Muzio Benjamin, New Milford, O.
Robinson, Madeline Mary, 1733 Catalpa Road, Cleveland. O.
Robinson, Margaret Belle, 1733 Catalpa Road, Cleveland, O.
Roche, Audrey Mae, RFD 1, Clinton, O.
Roche, Emily Gray, 43 Olive St., Akron, O.
Rocko, Jennie Helen, 819 Federal St.j Toronto, O.
Rodgers, Elsie Gene, 135 N. DePeyster St., Kent, O.
Roesinger, June Marie, 4612 S. Hills Drive, Cleveland, O.
Rohall, Peter, Irondale, O.
Rongone, Louise Nancy, 1987 Cook St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Rongone, Rosemary, 1987 Cook St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Rose, Dorothy Jean, 217 Arlington Av., Niles, O.
Rosen, Stella Greenbaum, 68 Antler Av., Barberton, O.
Roshon, Ruby Mae, West Lisbon St., Waynesburg, O.
Ross, Lucille lone, 471 Stow St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Roos, Rose Joanne, 106 Thomas Av,, E. Palestine, O.
Rouse, Margaret Jean, 1023 Sackett St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Roop, Donald Eraser, 5505 South Blvd., Maple Hgts., O.
Ruble, Marjorie Gatts, 918 N. Mantua St., Kent, O.
Ruckman, Viola Hutter, 420 Fairmount Av., NE, Warren, 0.
Rugani, Norma Diana, W. Lisbon St., Waynesburg, O.
Rumonoski, Blanche Charlotte, Box 232, Dillonvale, O.
Ruoff, Donna Patricia, 1938 Charles Road, East Cleveland, O.
Russell, Claire Elizabeth, 863 Wall St., Akron, O.
Russell, George Francis Train, RFD 1, Ravenna, O.
Russell, Harriet Rae, 367 Vaughan Trail, RFD 10, Box 804, Akron, O.
Russell, Webster Ray, 238 W. University St., Wooster, O.
Ryan, David Gardner, 586 Kenmore Av., NE, Warren, O.
Saft'ord, Almeda Jane, 1934 E. S4th St., Cleveland, O.
Samples, Thelma Haught, 971 McKinley Av., Akron, O.
Sanchez, Mercedes Lydia,
36 Munoz Rivera St., P.O. Box 231, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Saukkonen, Mirjam Angervo, 17444 Broadway Av., Maple Hgts., O.
Sawyer, Mary Agnes, 301 S. Mantua St., Kent, O.
Sawyer, Patricia Lou, 900 Bryce Road, Kent, O.
Schaefer, Carol Jane, 2957 Sunset Blvd., Steubenville, O.
Schar, Lovetta Belle, RFD 1, Burbank, O.
Schirmer, Ethel Marie, 2030 Lewis Drive, Lakewood, O.
Schlegel, Dorothy Verne, 2407 Woodmere Drive, Cleveland Hgts. 6, O.
Schlemmer, William Davis, 2576 Berk Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Schmidt, Kenneth Robert, 804 Hedge Place, NE, Massillon, O.
Schmidt, Ruth Marie, 922 Bellflower Av., SW, Canton, O.
Schmitt, Doris Jean, RFD Box 375, Bixler Av., Akron, O.
Schmotzer, Lois Mae, 1513 Ferman Av., Cleveland, O.
Schnauffer, Isla Marie, 713 E. 91st St.^ Cleveland 8, O.
Schultz, Virginia Elisabeth, Little Mountain Road, Mentor, O.
Schwartz, Suzanne, 155 E. Torrance Road, Columbus, O.
Schwichtenberg, Marion Louise, 2535 17th St., NE, Canton, O.
Schwob, Edwin Everett, 4967 Jefferson St., Bellaire, O.
Scott, Anne Louise. 186 North St., Bedford, O.
Scott, Patricia Mae, 38 Morgan St., Oberlin, O.
Scott, Riva Celestine, RFD 3, W. Va.
Scribner, Mary Louise. 529 Rockwell St., Kent, O.
Scullion, Margaret Jane, 960 Elbon Road, Cleveland Hgts., O.
Seastead, Raymond Bernard, 2015 High St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Seeley, Grace Emmamae, 228 Church St., Lodi, O.
Selzer, Jane Phyllis, 1618 Treadway Av., Cleveland, O.
Sewall, E. Jane, 25 West 4th St., Newton Falls, O.
Shafer, Jacequeline Louise, 3142 W. 116th St., Lakewood, O.
Shay, Dorothy Jane, 5228 Camden Road, Maple Hgts., O.
Sheafer, Frances, 13826 West Avenue, Cleveland, O.
Shenefiel, LaUna La Verne, RFD 1, N. Lima, O.
Shepherd, Eudora Lindman, 535 S. Lincoln St., Kent, 0.
Sherban, Elizabeth Ann, 603 W. Broad St., Louisville, O.
Sherrer, Dr. Grace, Grain Av., Kent, O.
Shinn, Vivian Rosalee, RFD 2, Atwater, O.
Shively, Isobel Marie, Rogers, O.
Shobert, Harriet Elizabeth, 506 Kathron Av,, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Shockling, Thelma Catherine, RFD 3, Louisville, O.
Shofar, Eleanor Aurellia, 5709 Detroit Av., Cleveland, O.
Shook, Donald Frazier, 1574 7th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Shore, Gertrude Anna, 70 Linewood Road, Akron 5, O,
Shremp, Barbara Joan, 912 Grain Av., Kent, O.
Shumway, Lorayne Easter, 128 N, Freedom. Ravenna. O.
Shutrump, Betty Jane, 2510 Market St., Youngstown, O.
Siegel, Carolyn Joan, 13609 Cedar Road, University Hgts., O.
Siennicki, Edmund John, 4371 W. 28th St., Cleveland, O.
Sigle, Doris Jean, RFD 1, Canfield, O.
Sigle, Mary Elizabeth, RFD 1, Canfield, O.
Sigrist, Jean Elizabeth, ZZ7 32nd St.,NW, Canton, O.
Silleck, Marian Louise. 1311 37th St,, NW, Box 406. Canton, O.
Simek, Joseph Paul, 725 High St., Bedford, O.
Simms, Phyllis Vergene, RFD 1, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Sinkhorn, Doris Frances, 273 E, Tallmadge Av., Akron 10, O.
Sisler, Mary Elizabeth, 481 Lloyd St., Barberton, O,
Slater, Elizabeth Ann, 125 Bank St,, Lodi, O.
Slight, Marie Alice, 832 Irvington Av., Massillon. O.
Slonaker, Catherine Elizabeth, 275 Roslyn Av., NW, Canton, O.
Smart, Louise Margarite, 39 Glenwood Av., Willoughby, O.
Smith, Doris Irene, 3528 11th St., SW, Canton, O.
Smith, Helen Ruth, 216 E. Williams St., Kent, O.
Smith, Joan Kathleen, Box 124, Clinton, O.
Smith, Mildred Eileen. 122 Linden Road, Kent, O.
Smith, Ruth Elizabeth, 404 Robbins Av., Niles, O.
Smith, Ruth Gladys, Warsaw, O.
Smith, Sally Ann, 216 E. Williams St., Kent, O.
Smyth, Mary Maxine, Box 229, Bergholz, O.
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Snell, Joyce Louise, 3857 W. Market St., Mogadore, O.
Snell, Marilyn Joyce, 962 Cadle Av., Mentor, O.
Snowden, Beulah Jean, 19 Tritt Av., Sawyerwood, O.
Snyder, Maryan Esther. Lakeside Drive, Lakemore, O.
Snyder, Phyllis Jane, RFD 3. Box 285, Barberton, O.
Sokoll, Lillian Mae, 1094 Beardsley Av., Akron, O.
Sonkin, Laura Edith, 2103 East 42nd St., Ashtabula. O.
Sowry. Janet Elenora, Dorset, O.
Spangler, Vera Naomi, 1330 E. Erie Av., Lorain, O.
Sparhawk. Ruth Mabelle, 1230 Brittain Road, Akron, O.
Speck, Lucy Earle, 2117 E. 31st St., Lorain, O.
Spillman, Phyllis, RFD 1, Bowerstovvn, O.
Springer, Patricia Blanc, RFD 1, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Sprott, Marjorie Lois, 600 W. Main St., Ravenna, O.
Stahlman. June Kathryn, RFD 2, Kent, O.
Stallsmith, Richard Edwin, 398 Greenwood Av., Akron, O.
Stalnaker, Betty Lou Dillard, 317 Birchwood Av., Cuyahoga Falls. O.
Stalzer, Elsie June, 417 Marguerite Av., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Stamets, Joanne, 237 W. Main St., Brewster, O.
Stanley, Mary Geraldine, RFD 2, Beloit, O.
Stamm, Roger Allyn, RFD 1, Mantua, O.
Starr, Catherine Thomas, Bo.\ 25, Oak Road. Stow, O.
Steigerwald, June Marie, 1503 23rd St.. NW, Canton, O.
Stein, Jeanne Arline, 218 Kennet Court, NW, Canton, O.
Stein, Averal Lawrence, 4514 Telhurst Road, S. Euclid. O.
Steineck, Mary Ellen, 1111 Whipple Road, NW, Canton, O.
Steiner, Helen Mae, 1292 Diagonal Road, Akron, O.
Steiner, Phoebe Jane, RFD 1, Orrville, O.
Stephens. Alice Mattie, RFD 1, Suffield, O.
Sterling, Arlene Mae, 1053 E. 148th St., Cleveland, O.
Stewart, Doris Freeland, 375 Dravo Av.. Beaver, Pa.
Stewart, Earl Reed, Deceased January 8, 1945.
Stichler, Irene Lorraine, 1963 Grand Av., Dayton, O.
Stokan, Marjorie Elizabeth, 1809 Mahoning Av., Youngstown, O.
Stone, Barbara, 1025 O.xford Av., NE, Massillon, O.
Stouder, Donna Jean, 711 Bebb Av.. SW, Massillon, O.
Straight, Marilyn Virginia, 548 Park Av., Kent, O.
Streeter, Betty Ann, RFD 2. Canton, O.
Strong, Pauline Marie, Box 37, Huntsburg, O.
Stroud, Wallace Henry, 1438 Lakewood Av., Lakewood, O.
Stueber, Raymond James, 805 S. DePeyster St., Kent, O.
Stutz, Lois Jean, RFD 3, Mantua. O.
Stutz, Luise Lottie 5006 Maplecrest Av., Parma, O.
Sudeck, William Charles, 1497 Parkway Blvd., Alliance, O.
Sumner, Truth, RFD 2, Medina, O.
Suvanto, Armas Edwin, 3015 Church St., Cleveland, O.
Swaim, Romona L., 542 Longmere Drive, Kent. O.
Swallow, Mary Evelyn, 5616 N. Market St., Canton 3, O.
Swedenburg, Ida Leah, 1027 Delia Av., Akron, O.
Swicker, Christine Elizabeth, 42 Charlotte Av.. Akron, O.
Swoboda, Dorothy May, 315 Milton St., Alliance, O.
Szymanski, Irene, 2235 15th St., NE, Canton, O.
Tacar, Sue Agnes, 3801 Bailey Road, Cleveland, O.
Tano, Edward Robert, 94 Willard St., Akron. O.
Taylor, Laurice Marie, 301 W. 55th St., Ashtabula, O.
Taylor, Robert Love, 1286 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Teel, George Philmer, Jr., 320 W. Main St.. APCO, Portage Co., O.
Teele, Elinor Arlene. 500 Ohio St., Akron, O.
Tessmer, Eileen June. S. Prospect St.. Hartville, O.
Thomas, Charlotte Mae, 139 Oakwood St., Barberton, O.
Thomas, John Lewis. 919 Decatur St., Sandusky, O.
Thompson, Florence Pearl, KFD 1, Malvern, O.
Thompson, Mary Margaret. RFD 1, Malvern, O.
Thorp, Jean Ruth. 1752 13th St.. Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Thrasher, William Rav, 435 Crandall Av., Youngstown, O.
Tilton. John Rich, 290 East Kent Road, Stow. O.
Titus. Margaret Ann. 113 Washington Av.. Niles. O.
Tolt. Kathryn Margaret, 12301 Marne Av.. Cleveland. O.
Tompkins. Elsa Vivian. 3664 E. 106th St.. Cleveland, O.
Tonka, Clarence. 4030 E. 131st St., Cleveland. O.
Tornberg, Ingrid Linnea, 2205 20th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Totten, Jane Marie. 1315 Plain Av., NE, Canton. O.
Traxler, Marie Jane. Greentown. O.
Trimbur. Dorothy Marie, 205 Hyde Av.. Niles. O.
Tripp, Berdine Elpha. RFD 2, Massillon, O.
Troyan, Alice Marie, 4119 Biddulph Av., Cleveland, O.
Tryon, Irene Fay, 166 Malacca St.. Akron, O.
Tucker, Ellen, Box 40. Huntsburg. O.
Tweedy, Alice Catherine, 118 E. College Av., Kent, O.
Ulch, Gladys Mable, 3348 Milverton Road, Shaker Hgts., O.
Underwood, Phyllis Rose, 1665 Marlowe Av.. Lakewood, 0.
Unkefer, LeMoyne lone, 1007 2Slh, NE, Canton, O.
Unkrich, Mary Ann, 17101 Bradgate Av., Cleveland, O.
Untch, Freda Johanne. 117 Piedmont Av.. NE, Canton, O.
Upham, Mary Louise, Willoughhy, O.
Vallandingham, Nelle Geraldine, 24 West 2nd St., Rittman, O.
VanBolt, Betty Anne, 11324 Linnet Av., Cleveland, O.
Vandervort, Luella Marie, RFD 1. Box 1, Plymouth, O.
Van Meter. Beverly Joyce. Elson St., Magnolia. O.
Vaughan, Kathleen Jean, 450 Alexander St., Akron, O.
Vigh, Gloria Margaret, 1105 Beardsley St., Akron, O.
Vining. Grace Lucille, Leonardsville, O.
Voelm, Donna Janye, RFD 2, Dover. O.
Voight, Peggy Lou, 11003 Miles Av., Cleveland. O.
Vosper, Shirley Lee, 1517 Pennsylvania Av., Steubenville. O.
Wadsworth, Irene Lois, RFD 1, Malvern, O.
Waffle, Donald Ray, 129 Sherman St., Kent, O.
Wahl, Anne, 2419 7th St.. Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Wahlgren. Lillian Norlene, 2486 Eastgate Av., Akron, O.
Wakeman,, Dorothy Evelyn, North Ridge, West, Geneva, O
Walk, Rolland Neil, 1496 Brown St., Akron 1, O.
Wallis, Robert Brown, 1589 Ninth St., Cuyahoga Falls O.
Walter, Donald Herbert, 2501 10th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Walters, Dorothy Evelyn, 356 Morningview Av., Akron O
Walters, Edna Ruth, 220 Parkway, Ravenna, O.
Waltz, Marilyn June, 144 Fourth St., SW, Strasburg, O.
Wargowsky, Donald Sherman, RFD 3, Oak Harbor, O.
Warner, Raymond George, RFD 2, Hartville, O.
Warren, Eileen Louise, 3293 Ormond Road, Cleveland Hgts O
Warth, Margaret Mary, 120 North Av., NE, Massillon, O.
Watkins, Henrietta Porter, 321 W. Myrtle St., Youngstown, O.
Watson, Mrs. Frances Holderness, Engleman Hall, Kent, O.
Watson, Mary Dorothy, RFD 1, Hartville, O.
Watson, Mary Dorothy, RFD 2, Dover, O.
Waukich, Mildred, 946 Johnston St., Akron, O.
Wawrin, Vera, RFD 1, New Milford, O.
Wayne, Seymour, 359 W. Chestnut St., Akron, O.
Weaner, Marilouise, 406 Summit St., Defiance, O.
Wearstler, Betty Jane, RFD 1, Louisville, O.
Webb, Lois Winifred, 4150 E. 106th St., Cleveland, O.
Welch, Howard Albert, RFD 1, Mogadore, O.
Wells, Audrey Elaine, 705 Park View Av., Lorain, O.
Wells, Marilyn Aletha, 1519 llth St., NE, Massillon, O.
Weltner, Patricia Ann, 429 Archwood Av., Akron, O.
Wendelkin, John Edward, 703 W. Main St., Kent, O.
Werner, Mary Anna, 502 N. Mill St., Louisville, O.
Wei-stler, Jeanne Yvonne, 433 Werstler Av., N. Canton, O.
Wertenberger, Mary Jane, 241 Lawrence St., Ravenna. O.
Wess, Emily Marie, 20571 Miller Av., Euclid, O.
West, Charles James, 206 Arch St., Seaford, Del.
West, Clayton Orin, 1411 7th St., NW, Canton, O.
West, Lorraine Gray, 86 Mohawk Trail. Sawyerwood, O.
West, Winifred Jean, RFD 5, Canton. O.
Wetzel, Dorothy Kearns, 2028 West Blvd., Cleveland, O.
Whiteleather. Ralph Donald, 358 W. Pershing St., Salem, O.
Wiegman, Marjorie Elmina, RFD 2, Willard, O.
Wiggins, Miriam Ruth, 317 Indianola Av., Youngstown, O.
Wilcox, Leo Jay, 441 Lafayette, Medina, O.
Wilcox, Leolyn Alberta, RFD 1. LaGrange, O.
Wilde, Ralph Cans, 120 E. 293rd St., Willoughby. O.
Wildman, Dgrothy Marie, Mesopotamia, O.
Wilhelm, Genevieve Billman, 1664 16th St.. Cuyahoga Falls, O
Wilkes, Doris Elaine, 2608 W. 4Ist St., Cleveland, O.
Willet, Bernadine Marian, Division St., Olmsted Falls, O.
Willey, Emily Vincent, 116 Williamson Road, Stow, O.
Williams, Leonard Clyde, 28 E. 2nd St., Niles, O.
Williams, Martha Sue, Walhonding. O.
Williams, Pauline, RFD 1, Box 298, Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Williams, Shirley, 559 West LaClede Av., Y'oungstown, O.
Williamson, Delores Irene, Bo.x 13, Roscoe, O.
Williamson, John Pritchard, 8902 Rosewood Av., Cleveland O
Willis, Cherie Marie, 2857 Lee Road, Silver Lake, O.
Willis, Gladys Bertha, Block 5, Suite 11, Ravenna, O.
Wilms, Marilyn Elizabeth, 925 S. Union St., Salem, O.
Wilson, Betty Lou, North Road, M.C., 37, Warren, O.
Wilson, Joyce Eileen, 343 Oakwood Drive, Kent, O.
Wilson, Margaret Duerson, 621 Wilcox St., Wampun, Wise.
Wilson, Marguerite Dorothy, 169 Iowa Av., NW, Warren, O.
Wilt, Lois Ella, 311 N. Lincoln St., Kent, O.
Wilt, Margaret Jean, 2649 Woodward Road, Cuyahoga Falls, O
Wilton, Mae Louise, RFD 3, Louisville, O.
Winchell, Margaret Jean, 506 Broad Blvd.. Cuyahoga Falls. O.
Winegardner, Helen May, 582 Keller Av., Barberton, O.
Windland, Betty Ann, North Road. M.C. 37, Warren, O
Winfield, Betty Lee, 24 26th St., SW, Barberton, O.
Winings, Anna Margaret, RFD 1, Amsterdam, O.
Winney, Margaret Anne, 2487 Fourth St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Wise, Janell, 240 Hager St., Hubbard, O.
Witzberger, Eileen Marie, 755 Johnston St., Akron, O.
Wolf, Shirley Alwine, 1919 Clifton St.. Youngstown, O.
Wolf, William Edward, 131 Wadsworth St., Cuyahoga Falls O
Wood, Peggy Lucille, 2335 4th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Woods, Eduard John, 3108 Colburn Av., Cleveland, O.
Woodward, Mary E., 605 West Market St., Akron, O.
Wootton, Velma Pearl, 1622 St. Elmo Av., NE, Canton, O.
Wright, Donald Elroy, 2121 9th St., Cuyahoga Falls, O.
Wright, Jane H., Rogers, O.
Wright, Phyllis Jean, 121 Homestead Drive, Youngstown, O.
Yamoshiro, George Tomamaso, 5-10-D Topaz Jap. Relocation Center,
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Yanda, Eugene Frank, 1427 Dorsh Road, South Euclid, O.
Yankovich, Walter, RFD 2. Ravenna, O.
Yarger, Naomi Joyce, 47 Gibson Av., Mansfield, O.
Yaxley, Marilyn Alberta, RFD 1, Chagrin Falls, O.
Yoder, Genevere Mae, Box 123, Smithville, O.
Young. Agnes Marie, 206 E. Main St., Kent, O.
Young, Clare Marie, 331 Golf Drive, Warren, O
Young. Donald, 29704 Foote Av., Bay Village, O.
Young, Mary Teresa, 206 E. Main St., Kent. O.
Zapka, Marian Julia, RFD 2, Box 282, Kent, O.
Zaremba, Louis Alois, 3799 E. 71st St., Cleveland, O.
Zdara. Dorothy Anne. 26801 Lakeshore Blvd., Euclid, O.
Zeiser, Marilyn Emily, 324 Sayers Av., Niles, O.
Zells. Dorothy Carolyn, Orwell, O.
Zents, L. Emma, 919 5th St., SW, Canton, O.
Zima, Angeline Albina, y/ Pine St., Geneva, O.
Zimmerman, Mathilda Agnes, 425 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, O.
Zingler. Mary Lou, 226 S. Lincoln St., Kent, O.
Zink, Philip James, 3222 3rd St., NW, Canton, O.
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The MILL of
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266 N. Water St. Kent, Ohio
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Congratulations to the
Senior Class of 1943
W. T. GRANT
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